General Motors religious bias decision upheld by court
After rejecting an Indianapolis plant worker's application to create an interdenominational Christian affinity group because the company doesn't allow the groups to promote religion, the worker filed a discrimination case, which an Indianapolis judge dismissed ruling that GM would have rejected applications to start an affinity group promoting any religion, not just Christianity -- the company excludes all religions equally from the program, and therefore cannot be charged with discrimination. A federal appeals court upheld the ruling on Thursday.
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