When Mercy Hospital fired nurse Lourdes Rice from its behavioral health unit, a dispute quickly arose: Was she fired because there were complaints about her, or because she made complaints about the hospital?

Rice sued the Miami hospital for more than $2 million, alleging she was repeatedly written up and ultimately fired because she was a whistleblower who complained about understaffing, overtime law violations and disability discrimination in the unit.

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