US Rep. Duckworth prevails in workplace retaliation lawsuit

A settlement in the workplace retaliation lawsuit against U.S. Senate candidate Tammy Duckworth has concluded with an agreement that no law was violated.
The settlement removes what has been a distraction for the Democratic congresswoman is challenging Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk in one of November’s most competitive Senate races.
The Illinois Attorney General’s office announced the agreement Friday after a hearing in Union County. The office represented Duckworth in the case.
Two employees of a home for veterans alleged Duckworth violated state ethics laws by taking action against them when she was head of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs.
Duckworth’s supporters called the case a politically motivated nuisance lawsuit.

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