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Gay Rights - Movement, Marriage & Flag - HISTORY
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Judicial deference to military may affect gay rights, war on terror
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By Lawrence Hurley , Jan Wolfe. The justices ruled on Monday that federal employment law safeguards gay and transgender employees from discrimination but failed to resolve some related legal questions. One of them is whether the court, which has conservative majority, will expand the ability of individuals, businesses and organizations to cite religious beliefs when contesting government actions such as enforcement of anti-discrimination laws. In their next term, which starts in October, the justices will decide whether Philadelphia violated the U. A ruling in favor of Catholic Social Services could make it easier for people to cite religious beliefs when seeking exemptions from widely applicable laws, potentially even in employment cases.