ARDEN, N.C. — Jamie Cole says she never wanted to leave her job. A certified nursing assistant, Cole provided personal care and services to nursing home residents at Sava Senior Care's Brian Center Health andRehabilitation in Weaverville for two years. "I loved the residents and I loved my co-workers," she said. "It was my second home." But that was before a complicated pregnancy put limits on how much she could do, and Sava took her off the work schedule, according to a federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint filed by Cole. The move eventually forced her to find work elsewhere, she said. Cole is seeking compensation for economic and emotional damages, wages for time away from work and reimbursement for legal fees. She also wants her case to protect other women who are pregnant and in the workforce. Click here for full article text.