Bradley Jay: 'Is Discrimination Ever Justified By Strongly Held Beliefs?'Will Indiana law that protects business owners who wish to discriminate due to religious beliefs stand legal tests?
I-Team: Massive Backlog At MCAD Leads To Long Delays In JusticeThe I-Team finds the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination is chronically underfunded and has a backlog that keeps citizens waiting for years to have their cases heard.
Boston Bar Agrees To Settle Discrimination SuitA Boston bar accused of refusing to admit black, Latino or Cape Verdean customers has agreed to pay up to $100,000 to resolve a civil rights enforcement action, the state attorney general's office announced Friday.
Minority Police Officers Gain Ground In Discrimination LawsuitMinority police officers who filed a lawsuit can move forward on their claim that a promotional exam discriminates against black and Hispanic officers, the highest court in Massachusetts ruled Friday.
MassPort Workers Claim They Were Fired For Speaking In Foreign LanguageMassPort is looking into claims of discrimination at Logan International Airport. Two employees say they were let go because they were speaking their native language on the job.
Opinion: Obama Is Trying To Buy The Hispanic And Female Vote With Another Government GiveawayConveniently-timed for Obama's reelection, the Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Claims Resolution program began September 24, 2012 – just a month-and-a-half before the election. Apparently the Obama administration did not care about this alleged injustice to females and Hispanics any time in the past three-and-a-half years. It just happened to be thought about and addressed now – just before voters pull the lever.
Sen. Scott Brown Weighs In On Chick-fil-A ControversyRepublican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown says he disagrees with the CEO of fast food chain Chick-fil-A, whose opposition to gay marriage has touched off a national furor. Brown said he was glad company president Dan Cathy later clarified that his company doesn't discriminate.
Newton Landlord Fined $15,000 For Allegedly Refusing To Rent To Black TenantsNewton landlord Alfred Defazio is adamant: he is no racist. Though, he admits he has reservations about renting any of his apartments to African Americans.
Country Club Initially Refuses To Let Woman Play In Golf Tournament The General Manager at the Westminster Country Club, argued his club was not discriminating against women because it also offers both 'ladies only' and 'mixed' events.
State Sues Popular Dorchester Bar For Civil Rights ViolationsThe state is suing a popular Dorchester bar for alleged civil rights violations.
Beacon Hill Considers Bill To Protect Transgender People From DiscriminationThe Committee on the Judiciary held a public hearing Wednesday at the Statehouse to hear testimony on a bill that would add the words "gender identity or expression" to the state's existing nondiscrimination laws.
Brighton Man Wins Suit To Keep Support Dog In ApartmentA Brighton man will be allowed to keep his dog in his apartment after winning a discrimination lawsuit against his landlord.