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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has joined an expanded racial discrimination case in which more than 50 plaintiffs now allege Eli Lilly & Co. created a hostile workplace and paid them less than white peers.

Plaintiffs in the year-old federal lawsuit are seeking class action status to include hundreds of current and former employees of the Indianapolis-based drug maker that have been treated unfairly, attorney Joshua Rose said Thursday.

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