Kansas Against Transgender Worker Rights

Politics and employment clash in a state where workers have very little recourse overall . . . Take a look:

Kansas asks U.S. Supreme Court to deny workplace protections for transgender workers

Story updated 5:23 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018: TOPEKA - Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has joined with officials from 15 other states in a brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to declare that transgender workers are not protected under federal workplace anti-discrimination laws. The states, led by Nebraska, are asking the court to overturn [...]


  1. I should have the right to expect my male employees to dress in men’s clothing, even though they may be homosexuals that want to wear women’s clothing. For the most part, I have been able to discern an applicants homosexuality and just not hire him at all.

    1. Believe it or not, not all homos want to dress like women. But I agree with you that owners should be allowed to set their business’

  2. ^^^^Smart move

  3. They’re going to make insurance costs rise for any business that has these things working for them

  4. All LGBT persons have the same rights as everyone else. There should be no SPECIAL rights. These people are not handicapped so they don't need special protection. Just the same respect as everyone else.


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