DOJ argues sexual orientation not covered by anti-discrimination laws – The Hill


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DOJ argues sexual orientation not covered by anti-discrimination laws
The Hill
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is arguing that sexual discrimination protections in the workplace do not extend to sexual orientation. The department filed a 36-page amicus brief late Wednesday in the case Donald Zarda brought against his former
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