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Height Discrimination

The Second Circuit affirmed the dismissal of an employment disability discrimination suit brought by a woman who is 4 feet 5 inches tall because a person’s height is not a recognized “impairment” under the Americans with Disability Act.

NEW YORK CITY – The Second Circuit affirmed the dismissal of an employment disability discrimination suit brought by a 4-foot-5 woman because a person’s height is not a recognized “impairment” under the Americans with Disability Act.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Employment

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