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New Office At Michigan State Handling Discrimination CasesThe office also plans to educate students about what behaviors won't be tolerated.
Michigan Elections Board Approves Formatting Of Gay Rights PetitionThe Fair Michigan ballot committee now must gather roughly 315,000 valid voter signatures by summer to put the initiative on the November statewide ballot.
Elections Board To Consider Form Of Gay Rights PetitionSupporters of amending Michigan's constitution to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity are hoping to clear an initial procedural step.
Minister Sues MAC Cosmetics, Says Makeup Requirement Violates ReligionBarry Jones says he refused to try blush, eye shadow, lipstick and fake eyelashes during training because it would violate his religion by causing him "to look like a woman."
Fired Over Weight Gain? Woman Suing Coach Retailer For DiscriminationCompany officials say the woman was fired over performance issues.
Detroit Teacher Fired For Using Broom To Break Up Fight Sues District; Attorney Suggests $25 Million In DamagesThe lawsuit claims no one warned Tiffani Eaton-Davis or prepared her for the "violent" environment at Pershing High School.
County Not Giving Up After Losing ‘Beard-Related’ Discrimination CaseWashtenaw County is appealing a nearly $1.2 million verdict in favor of a Muslim man who said he was called a terrorist and repeatedly passed over for promotions.
Senate Committee To Consider Religious Freedom Restoration ActA state Senate committee will consider a controversial proposal that could exempt people from certain laws -- if those laws violate their religious beliefs.
Judge Won't Dismiss Discrimination Case Over Transgender Embalmer's FiringAn embalmer and funeral director was fired after disclosing that she was transitioning from male to female.
Hospital Sees Discrimination Suits From Black, White Workers A Flint hospital is facing racial discrimination lawsuits from both black and white former workers.
Gay Marriage Case May Affect Discrimination, Religion Bills"You could have a situation where people are allowed to get married in a state but will lose their jobs if they were to come out publicly."
Librarian Accused Of Poor People Skills Drops Discrimination Lawsuit Whitt denied being a grumpy librarian and blamed the complaints on kids who were denied access to computers.

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