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2016 November 3 - 12:00 am

Instructor Argued Her Sexual Orientation Barred Her from Full-Time Job

(AP) — A federal appeals court vacated a decision by three of its own judges who recently ruled in an Indiana case that existing federal workplace-discrimination law does not cover sexual-orientation bias and said the full Chicagobased court will rehear the issue.

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