Crop Production Services agrees to settle discrimination lawsuit

By Doug Storum — 

LOVELAND — Crop Production Services Inc., based in Loveland, has agreed to pay a penalty and back wages to settle a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department for discrimination against U.S. citizens in favor of foreign visa workers.

According to a Justice Department statement released Monday, the settlement agreement requires Crop Production to pay civil penalties of $10,500 to the United States, undergo department-provided training on the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and comply with departmental monitoring and reporting requirements.

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