The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals explored the cost of women's bathing suits and whether men can be comfortable wearing mascara during lively en banc arguments Wednesday over a Harrah's casino bartender fired for refusing to wear makeup. The hypotheticals were designed to test the plaintiff's sex discrimination claim in which she alleges she was fired from her job tending bar when she refused to conform to new "Personal Best" guidelines.
9th Circuit Looks for Answers in Makeup Test
June 23, 2005
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