Which you can be sued over. This is why businesses need to be free to refuse customers based on any reason they feel like.
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AFTER leading a multicultural stand against the government’s plans to axe Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act last year, Executive Council of Australian Jewry executive director Peter Wertheim will speak at a conference next month marking 40 years since the establishment of the Act. 275 more words
An interesting case against the use of what could be considered the forced taking of the mark of the beast ended in a settlement in favor of the employee who refused to take the mark. 281 more words
Colorado baker accused of discrimination for refusing to write anti-gay message on Bible-shaped cake
DENVER — A dispute over a cake in Colorado raises a new question about gay rights and religious freedom: If bakers can be fined for refusing to serve married gay couples, can they also be punished for declining to make a cake with anti-gay statements? 947 more words
DENVER — At the Azucar Bakery along South Broadway, love is spread one stroke at a time. But even love has its limits.
So when a still-unidentified customer came into her shop about a year ago asking to have a gay slur written on a Bible-shaped cake, owner Marjorie Silva said she felt she had to draw the line. 674 more words
The Government’s ‘older workers tsar’ suggests holders of the pre-1988 secondary school qualification should consider deleting them from their CVs and substituting GCSEs instead
Older job applicants are being advised to disguise O-levels on their CV because they may suffer age discrimination for holding old-style qualifications. 321 more words