INDIANAPOLIS | Should a business that claims a religious affiliation be allowed to hire only those people who share the same beliefs?
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana State Fair attendees in August may get to do something that hasn't been allowed there for 67 years -- drink alcohol.
A steel mill services company in Burns Harbor has agreed to pay $30,000 to settle a religious discrimination lawsuit that the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed on behalf of a former employee.
They are unfortunately back in the news again, those protesters who are bent on destroying the dignity of families who have lost loved ones in the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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