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Tag Archives: religious discrimination

EEOC accuses Greyhound of discrimination based on religious garment

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accused Greyhound Lines Inc. of religious discrimination in a lawsuit Tuesday for failing to accommodate the beliefs of a bus driver. The Dallas-based company allegedly told a Muslim woman hired for a driver position at ...

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Judge orders Harford County to issue some permits for controversial subdivision

A federal judge Friday ordered Harford County to issue permits for 14 completed homes in a Joppatowne subdivision being marketed as a retirement community for Muslims, finding the county's refusal to do so was motivated in part by the "active and vile racist animus" expressed by some members of the community.

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Witness: Harford Co. town hall meetings on proposed Muslim community a ‘lynch mob’

Del. Patrick L. McDonough

When attorney Albert J.A. "Jay" Young attended a town hall meeting in Joppa in September, he wore ripped jeans and a baseball cap so he could sit among attendees and hear what they were saying about a retirement community his clients were marketing to members of their sect of Islam.

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