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A woman who says she co-founded defendant Madelia Community Hospital and Clinic’s Mental Health Task Force claims it fired her after her son wrote a letter to the editor criticizing a brewery owned by the hospital’s CEO, for giving its beers names such as Personality Disorder Porter, Botched Lobotomy and Hopzophrenia, in Watonwan County Court, Minn.

ST. JAMES, Minn. — A woman who says she co-founded defendant Madelia Community Hospital and Clinic’s Mental Health Task Force claims it fired her after her son wrote a letter to the editor criticizing a brewery owned by the hospital’s CEO, for giving its beers names such as Personality Disorder Porter, Botched Lobotomy and Hopzophrenia, in Watonwan County Court, Minn.

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