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Home Depot fired her because she's a white woman engaged to a black man, Lesa Aque claims in Fulton County Court, Atlanta.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Blockbuster, in Alameda County Court, Oakland; The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group, in Suffolk County Court, Boston; Crawford & Co., in Sacramento Federal Court; Winco Foods, in Stanislaus County Court, Calif.; Comfort-Air Hvac, Fremont Union High School District, and Trident Builders, in a single claim in Santa Clara County Court, Calif.; Los Angeles Unified School District, in L.A. Superior Court; Deutsche Bank, CNA Management, and Clinton Hill Design Build Ltd., in Manhattan Federal Court; J&C Restoration Corp., and Aspirity Transportation Corp. and associates, including Sissy's Escorts, Brighton Bus Service, and Daily Bus Jumpstreet, in Brooklyn Federal Court; Community Choice Health Plan of Westchester, Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, and Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester, for a mass layoff, in a single complaint in White Plains, N.Y., Federal Court; Council on Aging for McIntosh Trail, in Atlanta Federal Court; San Marco Italian Restaurant, and Club Madonna, in Miami Federal Court; Universal Tile Restoration, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; Darcy Hall Medical Investors and Life Care Centers of America, in a single complaint in West Palm Beach Federal Court; Cemex, RDK Truck Sales & Service, and Annette's Burial Vault & Monument Service, in Tampa Federal Court; Sky Tech Wireless Solutions, in Pinellas County Court, Fla.; and Ramada Maingate, and Gypsy Den Restaurant, in Orange County Court, Calif.

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