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No Intentional Bias for Pregnancy Claim (access required)

A woman who was hired through a temporary staffing agency to work as a “flagger” directing traffic at a construction site and who was dismissed when she was two months pregnant and allegedly told she could not perform the job for safety reasons may not sue the construction company for sex discrimination claim under Title ...

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