Do Pregnant Women Suffer Workplace Discrimination?

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Many companies refuse to provide expectant mothers with a place to sit, extra bathroom breaks or water bottles at workstations — even when there are doctors' orders.  Does that violate the rights of pregnant women in America's work places?  Today, the case of a pregnant UPS driver reached the US Supreme Court.

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Photo: Peggy Young (C) and her attorney Sharon Gustafson (R) talk to reporters as she departs the US Supreme Court on December 3, 2014 (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)



Warren Olney