EEOC sues on behalf of Tenn. worker, charging bias

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Turner Machine, saying the Tennessee firm retaliated against employee Ken Woodard after he filed a discrimination charge. Woodard was fired after objecting to daily meetings where workers discussed issues such as religious affiliations and church activities, the lawsuit says.

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