A transgender job bias suit against the Library of Congress moves to trial Tuesday in federal court in Washington, D.C., with potentially major implications for federal anti-discrimination policy. Retired, decorated Army Col. Diane Schroer contends that the library violated the federal law's ban on sex discrimination in employment practices by rescinding a job offer that she had accepted after her disclosure to her future supervisor that she was in the process of transitioning from a male to a female.
Transgender Bias Suit Against Library of Congress Could Change Federal Policy
The National Law Journal
August 18, 2008