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Employment Law Checklist Project: No Discrimination for Sexual Orientation, Unless You’re a Religious Institution

One of the quirks of discrimination law in Connecticut concerns sexual orientation.  Back in 1991, the General Assembly passed a wide-ranging bill that added sexual orientation as one of the protected classes that employers could not base decisions on. Sort of. Rather than add sexual orientation to the key employment law statute that bars discrimination in employment, it created it’s own separate law.  While there may have been reasons for such a distinction nearly 30 years ago, it still a bit s...
Tags: Law, Connecticut, General Assembly, Conn Gen Stat Sec



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