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Former Arundel exec Leopold faces discrimination lawsuits
Following his resignation after being convicted of malfeasance in office, disgraced Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold faces civil discrimination lawsuits from two former county employees who allege they were wrongfully fired, the Annapolis Capital reported.
One of the former employees says she was fired in part because she didn't support Leopold's re-election campaign and another says she was fired after she complained that Leopold grabbed her.
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