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Unpaid bloggers plan to sue HuffPo, AOL

Arianna Huffington arrives for the Gridiron Dinner at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington last month. (Richard A. Lipski/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

Jonathan Tasini is the lead plaintiff in the suit against the news site, which AOL bought for $315 million in February. His suit, which he said he would file in a New York court Tuesday, seeks $105 million in damages in behalf of bloggers and other Huffington Post writers who submitted work for which they weren’t paid.

Paul Farhi is The Washington Post's media reporter.


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