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With the newly signed CROWN Act banning race-based hair discrimination in the workplace and other areas of public accommodation, New Jersey employment lawyers say employers must take stock of existing grooming policies.

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Suzette Parmley

Suzette Parmley is the Trenton Correspondent who covers the N.J. Supreme Court, N.J. Legislature and Business of Law. She joined New Jersey Law Journal in Jan. 2019 from the Philadelphia Inquirer, where she was the Atlantic City Gaming Writer, Trenton Statehouse Correspondent, and Retail Columnist/Reporter. A five-time winner of the annual Business Financial Writing Portfolio Award from the New Jersey Press Association and graduate of the Fels Center of Government at the University of Pennsylvania. Email: Sparmley@alm.com or follow her on Twitter: @SuzParmley

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