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antidiscrimination

Definitions

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  • adj. Opposing or disallowing discrimination

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "But if we open marriage to some same-sex couples in the name of antidiscrimination, why not to all couples?"

    N.J. Gay Nuptials Clear Hurdle

  • The more you know about the history and implementation of the colorblindness principle in American antidiscrimination law, the more you come to realize that the concept of colorblindness is not as clearcut as it seems. continue reading ...

    Balkinization

  • The more you know about the history and implementation of the colorblindness principle in American antidiscrimination law, the more you come to realize that the concept of colorblindness is not as clearcut as it seems.

    Balkinization

  • That is a lie from the very pit of a sulfurous Hell and, more important, a concept that plays havoc with our ability to block so-called antidiscrimination laws.

    What Would Betty Do?

  • Some of the Title III antidiscrimination provisions are discussed in relation to persons with AIDS in Chapter 13.

    Law In The Health and Human Services

  • It was a compromise, of course; he wanted to place limits on the authority of the Department of Housing and Urban Development to enforce antidiscrimination regulations because some of the Republicans still opposed a broad expansion of federal power.

    The Good Fight

  • I contacted the governor and notified the state antidiscrimination commission, and we fired off a letter to the Twins organization and put an end to the practice.

    The Good Fight

  • By 2008, over two thirds 69 percent of whites favored such an antidiscrimination law.

    American Grace

  • The Supreme Court repudiated that language and strongly endorsed the desirability of arbitration for resolving disputes, including claims under federal antidiscrimination laws.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • An earlier Supreme Court decision had declared that features of arbitration made it a forum “well suited to the resolution of contractual disputes,” but “a comparatively inappropriate forum for the final resolution of rights created by federal antidiscrimination laws.”

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

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