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Chicago city worker alleges boss tried to throw him in a hole, called him 'dumb Puerto Rican'

CHICAGO - A Latino city worker alleged in a racial discrimination lawsuit filed Thursday that he repeatedly was harassed by an ex-alderman's son who was among several high-level water department officials ousted in a scandal over racist and sexist emails.

The worker continues to face retaliation for complaining about racist behavior in the Department of Water Management, even after a

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