"Jury awards mother more than $185M in damages in pregnancy discrimination case against AutoZone" reads one headline. "Denver jury awards nearly $15 million in racial discrimination case" reads another. And finally, "Equal pay for equal work" reads a third. Discrimination is a very big deal and as a business owner, whatever you do, don't discriminate!
Unless, of course, you're the Social Security Administration.
As most of you know, I am not a fan of Obamacare/The Affordable Care Act. I believe it to be a well-intentioned and dangerously misguided example of federal over-reach. A few years ago, I was surprised when the Supreme Court's decision in support of the constitutionality of the ACA was announced. Back on June 28, 2012, for the first time in my life, I actually obtained the transcripts from the Supreme Court's decision. It was a fascinating read and I posted a blog about the court's logic the next day. It's been a few years since then and The Affordable Care Act is again under review by the U.S. Supreme Court.
And the stakes are huge.
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