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Court cases have gone both ways on religious attire
by Sarah Tully
The federal government has sued at least two companies alleging discrimination against Muslim women who wanted to wear head scarves to work — a charge also made by a Disneyland hotel employee this week.
That certainly does not mean that Disney would lose should this case ever end up in court.
In other court cases, those wanting to wear religious attire at work have lost.
On Wednesday, Imane Boudlal, a restaurant hostess at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel, attempted to report to her job wearing a head scarf for a fourth time; she left each time when she was assigned to work in the back.
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