The 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.
A Brighton man will be allowed to keep his dog in his apartment after winning a discrimination lawsuit against his landlord.
A champion amateur golfer who filed a federal discrimination suit has been awarded $15,000 by a jury.
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A federal judge has ruled that a social services agency that wanted to open a group home for recovering drug addicts in Framingham can move forward with its lawsuit against the town.
The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that state law is clear when it comes to maternity leave: employers are not required to guarantee a woman’s job beyond eight weeks.