After 10 years in court, Pacific Bell has agreed to pay $26 million to settle charges it discriminated against pregnant employees in the 1970s and earlier.

The settlement, which is headed for final approval before U.S. District Judge D. Lowell Jensen this afternoon, will compensate as many as 10,000 women who say Pac Bell’s retirement policies were discriminatory.

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