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Attorney General files discrimination suit over cancelled wedding reception (access required)

The Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit today against the Indo-American Cultural and Religious Foundation of Arizona, alleging it has discriminated against a Phoenix man because of his national origin. Specifically, the lawsuit alleges that Freddy Saavedra, 28, and his fiancée, Laura Bejar, reserved the Foundation’s hall in March 2004 for their wedding reception a year ...

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