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Ulloa v. Potter (United States Postal Service) – Motion to Amend Granted

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Ulloa v. Potter (United States Postal Service) – Motion to Amend Granted

Ulloa v. Potter (United States Postal Service) – Motion to Amend Granted

Ulloa v. Potter (United States Postal Service)
2008 WL 2561939
(D.Ariz. June 24, 2008)

Order granting motion to amend, holding that Title VII does not preclude constitutional claims and that Plaintiff can assert deprivation of a Due Process property interest in her Postal Service employment.

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