What was once a $7.5 million damage award against Wal-Mart for discrimination now stands at $900,000, after a federal magistrate judge decided Monday that a jury’s compensatory award might have been punitive in nature.

The ruling from Eastern District Magistrate Judge James Orenstein marks the second time the judge has reduced the $7.5 million award.

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