DOJ wants EEOC to flip on LGBTQ workplace discrimination

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The Justice Department is seeking to persuade a federal employment rights agency to change their stance on LGBTQ discrimination in an upcoming Supreme Court case. The case, involving Aimee Stephens, a transgender funeral worker from Michigan who was fired from her job after announcing her transition, will appear before the Supreme Court on October 8. Under the Trump administration, the Justice Department reportedly wants the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to tell the US […]

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