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Big Employers to Cover Abortion Travel After Roe Decision (1)

Some of the most recognized companies in the US indicated that they would extend coverage of out-of-state medical care, decisions that will cover more than a million employees after the Supreme Court overturned a half-century-old ruling that protected abortion rights.

Noose, Other Alleged Abuse to Get Chicago Transit Worker Trial

The Chicago Transit Authority must face trial on a Black electrician’s claims that his foreman and co-workers subjected him to a “campaign of harassment,” including leaving a noose in his workplace, because of his race and because he complained about race discrimination, the Northern District of Illinois ruled.

Airbus Faces One Flight Attendant’s Fume Suit, Exits Another’s

A former flight attendant who alleges episodic symptoms from toxic fumes inside Airbus SAS airplanes may proceed with her suit, but a second cabin worker’s claims are untimely because her alleged permanent symptoms date back too far, a federal court in New York ruled.

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If Women Still Earn Less, Can Laws Even Fix The Pay Gap?

The two most important laws addressing pay discrimination between genders have been around for more than six decades, yet the pay gap persists. In this video, we look at the laws and court cases used to enforce equal pay for equal work, and discuss what comes next with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, and EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows.

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