Association -- Employers cannot harass or otherwise discriminate
against someone because he or she is associated with a person or organization of a particular religion or ethnicity.
By a 2-to-1 vote, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the state agency's decision, holding that it "facially discriminates
on the basis of religion.
Physical fitness standards are only subject to scrutiny under Title VII when they either expressly discriminate
against a Title VII protected group or, more commonly, when they have the effect of discriminating against such a protected group.
Dias, (10) decided the same year, dealt with a tax exemption from the Hawaii liquor excise tax for certain locally produced alcoholic beverages that did not facially discriminate
against out-of-state distributors, but that violated the Commerce Clause by according reciprocal benefits to Hawaii's local liquor industry.
If Kirklees Council discriminates
in favour of minority groups it discriminates
Louise McIntosh Slaughter (D-NY), respectively, would make it illegal to discriminate
against someone on the basis of genetic information.
401(m)), must prove annually that these deferrals and contributions do not discriminate
against nonhighly compensated employees (NHCEs) in favor of highly compensated employees (HCEs).
Same-sex liaisons are Satan's counterfeit of marriage, and on July 12, 2002, three Superior Court of Ontario Justices ruled unanimously that not to recognize samesex marriages would be a violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms because it would discriminate
against "gays" and lesbians.
Mental ailments don't discriminate
by creed, race, or gender; however, societies tend to wrongfully discriminate
against those suffering from such disorders.
And when I found out that the Scouts discriminate
against people like him, it just blew my mind away.
It is to be hoped state lawmakers will not try, instead, to legislate taxes that discriminate
in more subtle ways in an effort to circumvent South Central Bell entirely.
Suspecting that serum, the fluid portion of blood, might also carry the odorants, investigators tested whether mice can discriminate
among blood samples.
The report, partly sponsored by the Federal Reserve Board, concludes that mortgage lenders do not discriminate
The statute on its face did not discriminate
against out-of-state distributors, but the reciprocal benefit afforded to Hawaii's local liquor products and industry was found to violate the Commerce Clause's ban on discriminatory treatment of in-state and out-of-state taxpayers.
President Bush may say he's opposed to federal employment discrimination against gays, but he's A-OK with federal money going to "faith-based" groups that discriminate