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Supreme Court Win Sends LGBTQ Discrimination Case Back To Clayton County

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Supreme Court Win Sends LGBTQ Discrimination Case Back To Clayton County

Supreme Court Win Sends LGBTQ Discrimination Case Back To Clayton County

Gerald Bostock, a former Clayton County resident and the lead plaintiff who recently won a Supreme Court case against workplace discrimination of LGBTQ employees, is celebrating the victory.

Katie Johnston reports.

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