A Class Action

Christine Kwapnoski photographed at her California home for USA Today.

The 46-year-old single mother of two is one of the named plaintiffs in a discrimination suit against Wal-Mart alleging gender bias in pay and promotions.

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The company is the world’s largest retailer and the nation’s largest private employer. If the class-action is allowed to proceed, hundreds of thousands of women – perhaps as many as 1.6 million plaintiffs – could join in the largest discrimination claim of its kind.

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