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No fury like a (pregnant) woman scorned

A Florida insurance brokerage has agreed to pay $100,000 and change its policies to settle charges it discriminated against a job applicant because of her pregnancy. The case illustrates a simple lesson that bears repeating: Employers must treat pregnant employees and applicants the same way they...
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