ABC, which was guilty of leading with trivia twice last week (the race horse Barbaro and Aqua Teen Hunger Force) was on solid ground with its Wal-Mart selection. A federal appeals court in California gave a go-ahead to transform a gender discrimination lawsuit into a nationwide class action. Jim Avila listed charges that the retailer had a "common pattern and practice of discrimination" to underpay and underpromote up to two million women companywide. Wal-Mart plans to appeal this decision as far as the Supreme Court: it claimed "its workers should be required to sue each store individually."
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