SAN FRANCISCO — The female plaintiffs who previously sued Wal-Mart Stores for chain-wide gender discrimination in pay and promotions filed a reformulated lawsuit Thursday in U.S. District Court here here alleging the same charges on behalf of California-based women. In June the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the plaintiffs' claim for a class-action lawsuit of up to 1.5 million current and former female employees, saying they did not have enough in common to be lumped together in a single ...

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