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J. Tunheim grants summary judgment to the employer in the employee's suit alleging that it failed to accommodate her disability, namely narcolepsy, and retaliated against her for seeking accommodations. The employer's refusal to allow the employee to "flex" her time was not a failure to accommodate because the employee did not request the greater flexibility in start times she says she did not receive. It also did not constitute retaliation, nor do the denial of requests for training or her resignation.