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January 21, 2008

Bias lawsuits: A story in Sunday's California section about former Los Angeles Firefighter Tennie Pierce, who ate a spaghetti meal into which his colleagues at a fire station had put dog food, wrongly attributed a statement about monetary settlements for racial discrimination lawsuits to Tut Hayes. That statement should have been attributed to Pierce's lawyer, Genie Harrison, who said that public anger over large monetary settlements for racial discrimination lawsuits should be directed toward fire officials, who were warned more than a decade ago about systemic racial discrimination in the department.

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