NYT: CVS fires Chicago employees that called police on black woman using coupon

CVS HEALTH CORP. has fired two managers of a Chicago-area store after they called the police on a black woman who was trying to use a coupon that they believed was fraudulent. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRISTOPHER LEE
CVS HEALTH CORP. has fired two managers of a Chicago-area store after they called the police on a black woman who was trying to use a coupon that they believed was fraudulent. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRISTOPHER LEE
PROVIDENCE – CVS Health Corp. has apologized and fired two employees at a Chicago CVS Pharmacy retail location after a woman posted a video of a CVS employee calling the police on a black woman after she tried to use a coupon he believed was fraudulent, according to the New York Times Monday. The incident…

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