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Featured Federalist Article: Text Education in Muldrow v. St. Louis: The Supreme Court Just Made Title VII Cases Easier for Plaintiffs to Win

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Elizabeth K. Dorminey authored another article for the Federalist Society. 

Here's a quick summary of what this article, Supreme Court Just Made Title VII Cases Easier for Plaintiffs to Win, is about.

The Supreme Court just lowered the bar for litigants alleging workplace discrimination. But let’s not hear any complaining! The Justices, in a unanimous decision, did exactly what they’re supposed to do: apply the plain language of the statute. If you want a different result, talk to Congress, not the Court.

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