A Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer is suing the agency for racial discrimination, alleging that she was denied pay raises and harassed because she is African-American.
According to a complaint filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Ronesha Butler was hired by the SEC in 2003 as an attorney-adviser, then promoted to senior counsel in the Office of Market Supervision in 2004.
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