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December 03, 2014
Sharon Gustafson, attorney for Peggy Young, talks to reporters as she departs the U.S. Supreme Court...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Sharon Gustafson, attorney for Peggy Young, talks to reporters as she departs the U.S. Supreme Court...
Sharon Gustafson, attorney for Peggy Young, talks to reporters as she departs the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington December 3, 2014. U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared unsure on Wednesday how to decide the case that could determine whether employers must provide accommodations for pregnant workers who may have physical limitations on the duties they can perform. The case concerns whether UPS violated a federal law called the Pregnancy Discrimination Act by denying Young her request for temporary changes in her work duties after she became pregnant in 2006. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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