The state has suspended two employees of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission after the agency ran up 290-thousand dollars in phone bills for unused, obsolete computer lines. Neither the state nor AT&T noticed the unused lines for nearly six years. The mistake was discovered while the commission was looking for ways to trim its budget. Its chairman reported the problem to state inspector general Thomas Charles. Alan Clark is the commission’s director of information-technology systems. He was suspended until his planned retirement in September. Administrative assistant Frances Levoyce Huggins is being suspended for two weeks and reassigned to the human resources department. The inspector general found no intentional wrongdoing.