Thursday, April 4, 2013

Maine CDC official claims boss assaulted her for refusing to shred public documents

An official at the Maine Centers for Disease Control has filed a complaint with the Maine Human Rights Commission claiming she was ordered to shred public documents and, when she refused, was physically assaulted and discriminated against by managers. Here's my story in today's Portland Press Herald.

The documents in question dealt with the scoring of grant awards in connection with a health promotion program, one that raised controversy last summer.

We'll likely learn more this summer as the complaint works its way through the commission.

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