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CA Favors 65-year-old Woman’s Discrimination Complaint against SSA

February 22, 2012

Maryland -- The United States Court of Appeals (CA) recently handed a decision favoring 65-year-old Barbara Murchison’s employment discrimination case against the Social Security Administration (SSA), reports said.

The result was released two weeks after Murchison retired in January.

Murchison regarded that she was in a “waiting game for years”, as it took 11 years before the decision was finalized.

In her complaint, Murchison said that she was reassigned from her team leader position at the SSA main office in Woodland, Maryland in 2001, and was discriminated against on the bases of sex, race, and age, among others.

In one of the statements of the SSA, they had denied “all of the allegations” made by Murchison, and that they had expected to prevail.

However, after the agency reviewed and considered the proofs presented, they declared that Murchison was indeed discriminated against.

Murchison has expressed her gratitude and happiness that justice was served despite the long wait.

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