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EEOC does wonky, under-radar thing that could lay groundwork for definitive nondiscrimination protections

by Jeremy Hooper

This is big step toward comprehensive civil rights protections beyond marriage:

WASHINGTON — The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has ruled that existing civil rights law bars sexual orientation-based employment discrimination — a groundbreaking decision to advance legal protections for gay, lesbian, and bisexual workers.
FULL: Sexual Orientation Discrimination Is Barred By Existing Law, Federal Commission Rules [Buzzfeed]

In a related story, wrong-side-of-history activists have unanimously ruled that the summer of 2015 officially sucks.

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