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Amid COVID-19, Could Sup. Court Rush a Ruling on LGBTQ Discrimination?

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It’s nearly five months since the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in three cases brought by LGBTQ Americans who have faced employment discrimination.

Now in the context of this devastating coronavirus pandemic, the Supreme Court has stopped hearing cases, so deliberations on those they have heard will be accelerated.

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