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Delivery driver discrimination

NEW YORK — A federal judge denied Whole Foods and Amazon’s motion to dismiss a class action accusing them of discriminating against job applicants based on their criminal background, ruling the companies can’t reject people as unfit to deliver groceries based solely on their conviction of a violent crime.

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