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Employment

A federal appeals court has ruled that a company’s unwritten policy denying employment to all of their job applicants with theft-related convictions was sufficient to thwart a racial discrimination lawsuit. The court ruled that the woman who claimed she was not hired because of her race could not pursue her lawsuit because her theft convictions would have disqualified her.

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