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The federal government has accused a national nonprofit group that helps the disabled, homeless and those recovering from addictions of firing a New Orleans employee because she was obese.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Thursday that its federal lawsuit alleges that Lisa Harrison had a federally protected disability. According to the agency, Harrison worked with young children of mothers undergoing addiction treatment.

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