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School worker says manager called him 'too old' to work

In Colorado as in most other states, workers who are fired, demoted or otherwise mistreated due to their race, gender, age or certain other characteristics have legal protections. State law prohibits employers and supervisors from committing several forms of discrimination against their employees. Laws like these empower members of minority groups to keep the workplace a place of equal opportunity for everyone.

Woman says she was fired from college for premarital sex

Under the employment laws of Colorado and most other states, someone who believes that he or she was fired from his or her job due to one of several forms of discrimination has the right to sue for wrongful termination. The most well-known forms of employment discrimination are probably racial and gender discrimination. Today we will discuss a fairly unusual form of sex and marital status discrimination that the former employee of a college is alleging against her former employer.

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