Former CHP Officer Wins 2.2 Million Dollar Settlement
Gaining equality and respect through court rulings is always the best kind of revenge for me. It shows that the law is on our side, not just public opinion. Oh, it’s nice to have public opinion back us up, but it’s a lot safer to have the laws supporting us. We still have a long, long way to go.
Five years after a former California Highway Patrol officer sued the agency alleging he was driven out of his job because he was gay, the CHP has settled the lawsuit for $2.2 million.
Here’s more. This also shows that discrimination can still happen anywhere, even here in California.
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