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Following a trial featuring testimony detailing unrelenting racist verbal abuse targeting a worker at an auto parts business, a Henry County jury ordered the business and its owner to pay more than $
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A federal appeals court reinstates a disability-rights access case for a paralyzed Pompano Beach man in a motorized wheelchair suing a North Miami supermarket owner
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