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December 18, 2013 4:44 PM

Kentucky Commercial Vehicle Enforcement officers file wage-discrimination suit

FRANKFORT — More than 100 officers with Commercial Vehicle Enforcement claim in a wage-discrimination lawsuit that they perform the same duties as Kentucky State Police troopers but receive less pay.

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