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Discrimination

The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce faces a $17 million federal complaint alleging that female employees are subjected to “sexual harassment, sexual assault” and a hostile work environment from the “boys club” directors.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce faces a $17 million federal complaint alleging that female employees are subjected to “sexual harassment, sexual assault” and a hostile work environment from the “boys club” directors.

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