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Supreme Court rules teachers in church schools are not protected by anti-discrimination laws

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Wednesday restricted teachers who work at church-run schools from filing discrimination claims against their employers, ruling that the Constitution's protection for religious liberty exempts church schools from state and federal anti-discrimination laws.

The justices, by a

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