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Casino Discrimination Case Results in $250,000 Fine

"Too many old, fat, ugly and gray-haired employees:" This is one of the comments from management mentioned in the suit A quarter million dollars is what the owners of Reserve Casino Hotel in Central City owe to four women after management used ageism and sexism as grounds to refuse employment, reported The Denver Post. The four women who filed complaints against the casino were let go in January 2011 after RCH Colorado, the casino's parent company, purchased the property in a bankruptcy sale.
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