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Workplace Discrimination In The U.S.

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Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost in August joined the Trump Administration in arguing that federal civil rights laws do not protect LGBTQ employees against discrimination in the workplace.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act forbids, among other things, discrimination against workers based on sex. What that means, exactly, will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in October. 

Today on All Sides, workplace discrimination protections and Ohio’s role in the cases at hand.

 
 
Guests

  • Emma Green, Reporter, The Atlantic 
  • Marc Spindelman, law professor, Ohio State University 
  • Alana Jochum, Attorney and Executive Director, Equality Ohio
  • Peter Sprigg, Senior Fellow for Policy Studies, Family Research Council