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Op-Ed: Do employment laws matter in the era of Facebook?
In the United States, there are laws that clearly outline questions that employers are not supposed to ask job applicants during the hiring process.
California man wins lawsuit after called 'N-word' on receipts
Almost a year after filing a discrimination lawsuit in federal court, a black businessman won an undisclosed settlement against a California restaurant after receiving receipts that referred to him as the N-word.
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File photo: A man holding sign in protest against the Civil Rights Act of 1964
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Op-Ed: Senate Republicans vote 'no' on equal pay, fueling 'War on Women'
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