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Christine Kwapnoski of Bay Point, Calif., an assistant manager at Sam's Club in Concord, Calif., is one of the named plaintiffs in a class-action sex discrimination suit against Wal-Mart over pay and promotions. If the Supreme Court approves, it would be the largest class action in U.S. history, affecting some 1.5 million people. (AP Photo)

Christine Kwapnoski of Bay Point, Calif., an assistant manager at Sam's Club in Concord, Calif., is one of the named plaintiffs in a class-action sex discrimination suit against Wal-Mart over pay and promotions. If the Supreme Court approves, it would be the largest class action in U.S. history, affecting some 1.5 million people. (AP Photo)

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