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March 1, 2013

Unemployment Discrimination Bill Vetoed in NY

A bill in New York City would allow out-of-work job applicants to sue potential employers for discriminating against the unemployed, reports the Associated Press.  Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently vetoed the measure, calling it a misguided plan that would create more lawsuits than jobs, but the New York City Council is planning a vote to override the veto.

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