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By Sam Schwartz Fenwick

In the months since the EEOC’s landmark ruling in Baldwin v Foxx (which we blogged about here), the looming question has been: Would federal courts adopt the Commission’s position that claims of sexual orientation discrimination were cognizable under Title VII? While there is not yet a definitive answer to that question, a recent decision from
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