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August 2015 Archives

Public service providers may discriminate against blacks

California residents may be dismayed to learn that information requests of public services are less likely to be answered if the person who is requesting the information has a "black-sounding" name. Based on research conducted by economists at the University of Southampton and the Institute for the Study of Labor, it appeared that not all individuals were treated equally by service providers.

EEOC rules that gay workers are protected under federal law

On July 16, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued an important ruling regarding the civil rights of gay, lesbian and transgender employees in the workplace. The decision could impact the rights of workers in California and across the nation.

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