EEOC and Justice Department locked in clash of titans battle over discrimination protections for LGBTQ employees.
State Civil Rights Commission expands scope to include sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination claims while U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of baker in much-anticipated freedom of religion/expression case.
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