Homosexual Rights Businesses Are Searching For One More Win From Justice Kennedy

Legal experts said it was only a matter of time until the Supreme Court addressed the issue.
She relied on the language and logic of Title VII, and on Supreme Court precedents.
In 1989, for instance, the Supreme Court said discrimination against workers because they did not conform to gender stereotypes was a form of sex discrimination.
But he seemed intrigued by the question in 2013 when the Supreme Court heard arguments about Proposition 8, a referendum that banned same-sex marriage in California.
But in April, by an 8-to-3 vote, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, in Chicago, said Title VII covered gay people.

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