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The Supreme Court will hear arguments today on whether the Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbids employers from firing people because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

The question for the justices boils down to the meaning of the word “sex.”  https://lat.ms/2p8aOCj 

Under President Trump, the Justice Department will argue that the law should not cover gay, lesbian and transgender workers.  http://lat.ms/2p8aOCj 

For updates on today's Supreme Court arguments, read more from @DavidGSavage:  http://lat.ms/2p8aOCj 

Update: Justice Neil Gorsuch will likely be the deciding vote on the case.  https://lat.ms/2p8aOCj 


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