Fired ‘USA Today’ Workers File Complaints

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The Washington Post reported today that three fired USA Today employees have filed formal complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington.

The women, referred to in the Post story as the “Blue Ball Three,” were fired last month after toying with what they thought was dust on an unfinished sculpture at Gannett Co. Inc.’s new headquarters in McLean, Va.

Karen Allen, Denise Tom, and Cheryl Phillips, former sports journalists at Gannett’s flagship, alledge age and sex discrimination.

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