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September 19, 2012


Chef Knives

No doubt why you get so many blog comments.


What about those bipolar people who are discriminated against in housing? Especially those living in a Section 8 unit within a senior housing complex?


How many bi-polar schizophrenics do you suppose the EEOC employs? Just asking.

Joseph Johnson

Employers who do not understand these disabilities and discriminate against their employees will be brought to justice. This is a great win for suffering employees everywhere.

Ashley Casas

Apparently, EEOC has really working hard to charged this kind of employers who violated the labor law. Employers should have known of this so called employment/labor law so to avoid being troubled.

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