Trump’S Lgbt Moves Ought To Crash In Courts

In 2015, the US Supreme Court declared a right to same-sex marriage nationwide.
That was the situation in 1981 when the Supreme Court upheld the men-only draft.
The second, related administration move Wednesday emerged in more routine job discrimination case.
“That Chicago-based court pointed to emerging case law as it ruled that Title VII extends to disputes over sexual orientation.
Those characteristics are not explicit in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which specifically covers bias related to sex, as well as race, color, religion and national origin.

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