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September 20, 2016
SEATTLE (AP) — A judge has awarded two whistleblowers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation more than $216,000, plus legal fees, after finding that the contractor they worked for retaliated against them for raising safety concerns.
Kirtley Clem and Matthew Spencer were working as computer professionals at Hanford's medical clinic in 2012 when their employer, Computer Sciences Corporation, was launching a new software system for medical records.
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