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Many states and localities prohibit bias in hiring, promotion, job assignment, termination, and compensation, as well as harassment on the basis of one's sexual orientation. Fewer extend those protections to cover sexual identity. Protections at the national level are limited.

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The Supreme Court announced on Monday plans to hear three cases that will help decide the future of workplace rights for gay and transgender Americans. The key question the high court will answer is: Do workplace protections guaranteed by the Civil Rights Act ofwhich outlaws discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, also apply to gay and transgender Americans? It remains an open question among the nation's courts, legal scholars and politicians. For example, the Obama Administration-era Justice Department maintained that the law prohibits sexual-orientation discrimination in the workplace.

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The Supreme Court last week took three cases that will determine whether Title VII, the part of the Civil Rights Act prohibiting discrimination in the workplace, protects lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender employees. In each case — two involving a gay man and one a transgender woman — the plaintiffs clearly were terminated simply because of who they are. A loss would reverse decades of precedent and strip legal protections from millions of LGBTQ workers.

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has said the act does guarantee the protections. But the Trump administration has taken the opposite position, saying that the landmark legislation that outlawed discrimination based on race, religion, national origin and, notably, sex, cannot fairly be read to apply to discrimination based on sexual orientation or transgender status. The three cases the court accepted are the first concerning L.

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At issue in the high-profile legal fight is whether gay and transgender people are covered by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act ofwhich bars employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of sex as well as race, color, national origin and religion. The court, whose conservative majority includes two Trump appointees, will take up two cases concerning gay people who have said they were fired due to their sexual orientation, one involving a New York skydiving instructor named Donald Zarda and another involving a former county child welfare services coordinator from Georgia named Gerald Bostock. Kavanaugh replaced retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, a conservative noted for supporting gay rights, and could provide a pivotal vote on the issue.

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The case centers around Title VII of the Civil Rights Act ofwhich bans discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. If the Supreme Court rules in favor of the employees claiming discrimination, it will be an important win for LGBT advocates who have been advocating for protections under the Civil Rights Act for decades. It would also be a major hit for the Trump administration, which has openly advocated against the Civil Rights Act applying to LGBT individuals in hearings and briefs.

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To achieve a fully comprehensive law protecting Americans from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, our movement must work on multiple tracks, creating undeniable momentum that the country requires and is ready for fully inclusive non-discrimination protections ensuring no one faces unfair treatment because of who they are or who they love. In addition to legislative work happening in statehouses and public education work happening elsewhere, part of this work is happening in the courts — and dozens of legal cases related to LGBTQ discrimination are currently pending in courts across the country. Background: Where We Stand in the Courts.

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The justices said Monday they will hear cases involving people who claim they were fired because of their sexual orientation and another that involves a funeral home employee who was fired after disclosing that she was transitioning from male to female and dressed as a woman. The cases will be argued in the fall, with decisions likely by June in the middle of the presidential election campaign. Title VII does not specifically mention sexual orientation or transgender status, but federal appeals courts in Chicago and New York have ruled recently that gay and lesbian employees are entitled to protection from discrimination.

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