I must have missed this at the time but 65 K seems like a lot
Podiatry Residency Programs (Citizenship Status) June 2016
On June 20, 2016, the Division issued a press release announcing it reached agreements with 121 podiatry residency programs (Category 1, Category 2, Genesys Regional Medical Center and Northwest Medical Center) and the American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine (AACPM) to resolve claims that they discriminated against work-authorized non-U.S. citizens by creating and publishing discriminatory postings for podiatry residents through AACPM’s online podiatry residency application and matching service. The postings advertised residency positions as limited to U.S. citizens, with no legal justification for the requirement. Under the settlement agreements, the residency programs and AACPM are required to comply with several injunctive terms to prevent future discrimination, such as training and ensuring future job postings do not contain discriminatory language. Some of the residency programs are required to pay a civil penalty, totaling $141,500; AACPM is also required to pay a civil penalty of $65,000, and to refund the charging party fees the charging party paid to use the online service containing the discriminatory postings.