A California woman has sued her employer, saying she was fired because of her child care responsibilities.
It had been legal to fire someone for being gay or transgender, deepening economic disparities.
The outcome is expected to have a big impact for the estimated 8.1 million LGBTQ workers across the country.
Greater transparency around salaries could help close racial and gender pay gaps but can be tricky to navigate.
Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog talks about three cases and the workplaces involved.
40 years after the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, pregnant employees still face workplace discrimination
"You know, you inform your boss of a pregnancy on Monday and you're fired on Tuesday. That still happens."