The evolution of non-discrimination policies in the United States is uniquely convoluted. To enter into a dialogue about such an issue means to bring the issues of race, sexual and gender identity, religious freedom, states rights, and phrasing issues; namely, the legal nuances of what it means to “not explicitly prohibit” workplace discrimination, or the…Read More
This week saw two developments involving immigration which could potentially mark historical turning points. First, as a result of this week’s Supreme Court decision in the case of United States v. Windsor, overturning the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the federal government will henceforth recognize same-sex marriages as valid for immigration purposes. Justice Anthony M.…Read More
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