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Does Title VII Ban Employer Discrimination Based on Sexuality?
Does Title VII Ban Employer Discrimination Based on Sexuality?

Are LGBTQ+ Workers Protected Under the Law? Though many states, including New York, explicitly state that employees may not be discriminated against or fired due to their sexuality, no US laws explicitly provide this right nationwide . Since 2015 the Equal Employment ...

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