Six men blaming anti-Polish bias for their ouster from a credit union board have won what seems like a small victory in their fight for reinstatement.

After two weeks of testimony, a Federal District Court judge declined to dismiss the lawsuit brought by the six, who were the entire board of Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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