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California gives more workers the right to sue for workplace harassment, discrimination

by Meghan McCarty Carino Oct 11, 2019
The state has banned forced arbitration by employers, but it could face legal challenges at federal level.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill outlawing forced arbitration on Thursday. Above, then gubernatorial candidate Newsom speaking at an event in November 2018.
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Supreme Court considers LGBTQ rights in the workplace

by Rose Conlon and David Brancaccio Oct 8, 2019
The court considers whether employers can discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Demonstrators rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on October 8 as the court hears oral arguments in three cases concerning workplace discrimination against LGBTQ employees.
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6 cases to watch in this Supreme Court session

by Katherine Wiles Oct 8, 2019
Brett Kavanaugh joined the court one year ago. A look at how the court’s changed and where it’s headed.
The Supreme Court begins its session this week. Above, the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.
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How state treasuries have fared since Supreme Court ruling on online sales tax

by Erika Beras Jun 21, 2019
Most online sales were exempt — until the justices said they weren't.
Packages rush by on a conveyor belt at a FedEx sort facility in Oakland, California.
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Supreme Court to decide if gay and transgender workers are protected by Civil Rights Act

by David Brancaccio Apr 24, 2019
Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog talks about three cases and the workplaces involved.
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For many businesses, good census data is the benchmark

by Jack Stewart Apr 22, 2019
What happens when the numbers aren't accurate?
Forms for Census 2010 are displayed during an event to promote the census on April 1, 2010 in Washington, DC.
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How much will sports leagues make from legal betting?

by Marielle Segarra Oct 18, 2018
The Supreme Court cleared the way for bookmakers to take in more than $70 billion.
Guests attend a viewing party for the NCAA men's college basketball tournament inside the Race & Sports SuperBook at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort Casino in March.
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How much will sports leagues make from legal betting?

by Marielle Segarra Oct 18, 2018
The Supreme Court cleared the way for bookmakers to take in more than $70 billion.
Guests attend a viewing party for the NCAA men's college basketball tournament inside the Race & Sports SuperBook at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort Casino in March.
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6 Supreme Court cases to keep an eye on this term

by Danielle Chiriguayo Oct 10, 2018
How willing are the justices to overturn prior decisions?
A man walks up the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
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Brett Kavanaugh and the missing women on the Senate Judiciary Committee

by Danielle Chiriguayo Sep 26, 2018
Fundamental questions about workplace diversity and privilege are playing out in Congress as the Judiciary Committee meets to consider the Supreme Court nomination.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in by Chuck Grassley, rear, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, during his confirmation hearing to be an associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court on Sept. 4.
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