NYC adopts tough jobless-discrimination law
Wednesday, 13 March 2013
NEW YORK (AP) - New York City lawmakers passed the nations most far-reaching measure Wednesday to protect out-of-work job applicants from discrimination, allowing job-seekers to sue if they believe they have been turned away because theyre unemployed. City Council members overrode a mayoral veto of the measure, making the city the fourth place in the country with some form of legislation against discriminating against unemployed job-seekers.
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