(Updated to include more details from lawsuit with edits throughout)
Two former Highway Patrol officers who were forced out last summer have gone to federal court contending that they were retaliated against for helping female employees defend themselves against sexual harassment and gender discrimination.
Former Majs. James Harrington and Joshua Kellerman filed a lawsuit in federal court Friday against the Highway Patrol as well as Superintendent Herman Jones and Assistant Superintendent Jason De Vore as individuals.
They accused Jones and De Vore of creating and fostering a . . .
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