Amazon sues New York attorney general to stop virus probe


The country's biggest online retailer is suing new york state's attorney general filed on friday by amazon in brooklyn. Federal court is aimed at stopping new york from taking legal action over amazon's early covid. Nineteen response at issue is the firing of activists christian smalls in march after. He led a demonstration of amazon workers. Protesting conditions at a staten island warehouse. Amazon says he was fired after he was asked to stay home. Paid quarantine because he'd come into contact with a worker that had tested positive for the coronavirus. Lawmakers questioned amazon about it and new york attorney. General letitia james said the company may have violated. The law amazon is accusing james of overstepping bounds and threatening the company

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