The New Jersey Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday on whether a county sheriff must keep on staff an officer with an eye malady that renders him unable to supervise jail prisoners.

The question for the justices, in Raspa v. Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, A-53-06, is whether an employer must make reasonable accommodation under state anti-discrimination law for a worker who becomes permanently unable to do the job for which he was hired.

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