EEOC and Barron, et al. v. Corrections Corporation of America, a Maryland corporation, d/b/a Crowley County Correctional Facility and Dominion Correctional Services LLC, an Oklahoma corporation, d/b/a Crowley County Correctional Facility
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EEOC and Barron; et al.; Corrections Corporation of America; a Maryland corporation; d/b/a Crowley County Correctional Facility and Dominion Correctional Services LLC; an Oklahoma corporation; d/b/a Crowley County Correctional Facility; 06-cv-01956-KHV-MJW; Consent Decree; Hostile Work Environment; Retaliation; Sexual Harassment; Sex; Female; Homeland Security; Employment Law; Title VII
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