Justices Alito, Gorusch, and (Thurgood) Marshall share the same views on … religious accommodations?!?
I know, right? Shocking!
But it’s true, and I’ll explain why.
More than a de minimis cost.
On Monday, the Supreme Court decided not to review a case in which an employee claimed that his former employer failed to accommodate his religious beliefs by allowing him to attend church on Good Friday. The employee (turned plaintiff) alleged that the conduct of the defendant-employer conduct violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act...