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LGBTrump said the Supreme Court's Civil Rights Act ruling 'undermines' democracy
Lawyers for an Alaska transgender state employee will appear in court on Wednesday to argue that a provision in the state’s employee health insurance plan...
Case marks the fourth federal appeal asking courts to declare that gay or lesbian employees are protected by Title VII
Court overrules its prior precedent in 10-3 decision ruling in favor of a deceased skydiving instructor's estate
High court asked to resolve split between circuit courts as to whether Title VII prohibits sexual orientation discrimination
A bicameral group of 62 members of Congress has sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions criticizing the Department of Justice for its brief...
Jameka Evans' lawyers argue her employer violated her rights under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
Justice Department throws down gauntlet, telling North Carolina to decide whether it will continue to enforce the law
Ruling says sexual orientation discrimination violates Title VII prohibition on sex discrimination