A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss a complaint that alleges U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx performed little to no work in a past job at a defunct Charlotte bus manufacturer. In this 2015 file photo, Foxx announced that Charlotte will receives $25 million dollars to build the Amtrak station uptown as part of the Gateway Station.
A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss a complaint that alleges U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx performed little to no work in a past job at a defunct Charlotte bus manufacturer. In this 2015 file photo, Foxx announced that Charlotte will receives $25 million dollars to build the Amtrak station uptown as part of the Gateway Station. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss a complaint that alleges U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx performed little to no work in a past job at a defunct Charlotte bus manufacturer. In this 2015 file photo, Foxx announced that Charlotte will receives $25 million dollars to build the Amtrak station uptown as part of the Gateway Station. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

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