We develop a web server, WCTDS, for public users to easily discriminate
their cell type samples.
"A clear message has been sent out by this decision - blanket discrimination in employment policies and practices on grounds of religion or belief is simply unacceptable, and that an instruction to discriminate
against someone on the basis of that person's religion or belief will be unlawful."
against you, in certain circumstances, after the working relationship has ended.
The bishop added, "I am naturally disappointed that the tribunal decided that I did discriminate
against Mr Reaney but it dismissed the other complaints that he made."
However, a plan will not be reviewed regarding whether it discriminates
on the basis of age if it was converted to a cash balance plan before June 30, 2005.
The melting curve analysis described here provides a rapid, accurate, and high-throughput approach to discriminate
between HPAI and LPAI.
* Ohio's statute does not discriminate
on its face but rather is freely available to any corporation engaging in the prescribed activities in Ohio.
A state statute satisfies the clause if (1) the activity taxed has substantial nexus with the taxing state; (2) the tax is fairly apportioned to reflect the degree of activity within the state; (3) the tax does not discriminate
against interstate commerce; and (4) the tax is fairly related to benefits provided by the state.
1053) that would make it illegal to discriminate
against someone on the basis of genetic information has been approved by the Senate and has been referred to the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
* Affiliation -- Employers cannot harass or discriminate
against an individual because he or she is affiliated with some religious or ethnic group.
ACLJ senior litigation counsel Waiter Weber described the Ninth Circuit's decision as a "significant step in the ongoing struggle for equal rights for speakers with a religious message," since it signals school districts that they "cannot legally discriminate
against the type of literature distributed at schools simply because that literature promotes an event that includes religious speech."
The equal protection and free exercise clauses, as suggested above, generally prohibit laws that discriminate
on the basis of religion or that discriminate
against a particular religion.
Yet we fail to see that we often discriminate
against those things we fear most.
Title VII made it unlawful to discriminate
against "any individual" on the ground of race, and it took nearly a decade and a half for the Supreme Court to perform the legal legerdemain necessary to reconcile racial preferences for blacks with this clear prohibition against affirmative action.
Questions: What would happen if "discriminate
" were replaced by "appreciate?" What term best describes your school or district: melting pot or mosaic--and what is the difference?