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Tag Archives: LGBTQ Protections

Category Archives: LGBTQ Protections

SCOTUS Arguments Demonstrate the Continuing Need to Educate our Courts

Last Tuesday, I felt like I was waiting with bated breath as I kept hitting “refresh” on the Supreme Court website. Finally, that afternoon, transcripts of two oral arguments were posted, and I started to read.  As many of us are aware, last Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard two oral arguments in three major […]

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Category Archives: LGBTQ Protections

Possible LGBTQ Protections under EEOC

Despite the lack of explicit federal statutory protections against discrimination based upon sexual orientation and gender identity, there currently are some protections afforded by federal administrative agencies. One of these administrative protections is in the employment context.   The Civil Rights Act of 1964 created the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC is […]

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