In a pair of workplace discrimination cases, the Supreme Court on Tuesday made it easier for workers to sue employers who retaliate against them for reporting bias.

One ruling, affecting private employers, will give employees more time to file suit and larger potential damage awards when they claim employer retaliation than they had before. The 7-2 decision was titled CBOCS West Inc. v. Humphries.

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