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Dicta on sexual orientation discrimination is suspect (access required)

Dicta from the Fourth Circuit that Title VII doesn’t cover discrimination based on sexual orientation is questionable, but the plaintiff failed to plead sufficient facts to state claims against Virginia Tech. Background Brian Jones, who is openly gay, began working at Virginia Tech in August 2000. In approximately November 2015, Virginia Tech reassigned Jones to the position ...