Monday, February 01, 2021

Kansas Highway Patrol Hit With Lady Lawsuits

A #MeToo 2.0 reckoning is underway for this local law enforcement agency.

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Female workers allege harassment at Kansas Highway Patrol

TOPEKA, Kan. - Six women sued top officials of the Kansas Highway Patrol, alleging they discriminated against female employees and created a hostile work environment. The former and current employees contend in a federal lawsuit filed Friday that the agency violated federal anti-discrimination law, the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment and their First Amendment speech rights, the Topeka Capital-Journal reported.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

When you don't do good enough work to qualify for a bonus, just file a discrimination lawsuit.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. You haven't worked in decades so you wouldn't know, but OK.

Anonymous said...

Says the guy posting at 2:45 in the afternoon..let me guess you work the late shift? Better hurry and get at it, those fries aren't going to cook themselves.

Anonymous said...

I hope these gals get big rewards! Governor shouldn't be appoining any more leaders to the Hiway Patrol.

Tab said...

Exactly the reason guys dont want to work with women or minorities. Both have more whine than the napa valley

Anonymous said...

Women tend to screw up good organizations like Rotary, Boy Scouts, the military and police. And apparently the US House of Representatives.