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Supreme Court Says Existing Federal Law Protects LGBTQ+ Workers

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Supreme Court Says Existing Federal Law Protects LGBTQ+ Workers

Supreme Court Says Existing Federal Law Protects LGBTQ+ Workers

On Monday, the US Supreme Court ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects LBGTQ+ workers from being discriminated against at work.

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