Human Rights Bureau denies former teacher's second complaint
A second human rights complaint filed by a former Havre Middle School teacher has been denied by the state Human Rights Bureau.
The bureau determined that Lorna Stremcha wasn't subjected to retaliation by district officials after she filed her initial human rights complaint.
Stremcha's attorney, Randy Randolph, said in a recent interview that the bureau's investigation, like one done on her first complaint, was inadequate because the investigator neglected to interview many of her witnesses.
Randolph said Stremcha did not appeal the bureau's decision to the Montana Human Rights Commission....
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