Linda Boly just wanted to do her job as a nurse at a Portland hospital.
But she had concerns about the quality of nursing, and pointed out to hospital administrators that cost-cutting was jeopardizing patient care.
She was fired for poor job performance, even though her job reviews had been stellar.
Boly begged to differ, and did so in court. Now her former employer has to pay her $3 Million for wrongful termination.
She joins us, with her lawyer, to talk about her case and what happens now.