ALBUQUERQUE N.M. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a sexual discrimination lawsuit here Monday against a McDonald’s franchise that had been recognized as a leading female-owned business in New Mexico. The suit, filed in federal court against LPG Enterprises Inc., the Los Lunas, N.M.-based franchisee of about a dozen McDonald’s restaurants, alleged that a male manager sexually harassed and physically assaulted former employee Alejandra Jasso and other female employees. ...
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