Apple, Facebook, Google urge Supreme Court to end LGBTQ discrimination

CNET | 7/2/2019 | Abrar Al-Heeti
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More than 200 companies signed a brief urging the Supreme Court to recognize that members of the LGBTQ community are protected against discrimination under Title VII.

Tech giants like Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon are teaming up to urge the Supreme Court to protect members of the LGBTQ community from workpace discrimination.

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More than 200 companies came together Tuesday to sign a "friend of the court" brief asking the Supreme Court to acknowledge that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 includes sexual orientation and gender identity. Not protecting these employees from discrimination would have "wide-ranging, negative consequences for businesses, their employees and the U.S. economy," the brief reads.

Recognizing that Title VII prohibits sex discrimination against...
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