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The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. July 22, 2019.

Between gerrymandering and the “citizenship’’” question, the U.S. Supreme Court concluded its 2018 term with a bang. The high court is primed for further fireworks in its 2019 term, where it will decide several cases with game-changing potential and far-reaching consequences for employers. This includes whether Title VII prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation, sex/gender identity or both.

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