ELK GROVE Calif. A Los Angeles-area restaurant operator was cited for sexual discrimination after punishing a worker who had breastfed her infant during a work break, according to a state civil protections commission.In a ruling made public last week, the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission in Elk Grove, Calif., ordered the owner of Acosta Tacos to pay former employee Marina Chavez $21,645 in lost wages and $20,000 for emotional distress, as well as a $5,000 fine to the state ...

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