For Atlanta resident Gerald Bostock, the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling Monday affirming Title VII discrimination protection for the LGBTQ community is not the end of the legal fight over his 2013 firing.

Bostock’s job discrimination suit against the Clayton County Commission, which he first filed pro se in 2016, was never decided on the merits. 

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