Terminated Commissioner Sues State in Wake of Fraternity Controversy
4/22/21 3:55 PM
The former head of the state's Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing sued the Baker administration in federal court on Wednesday, claiming he was instructed to apologize in the wake of a report about racist behavior at his college fraternity, then terminated because "it was no longer politically correct to employ him."
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