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  • Bill would make discrimination and harassment lawsuits against employers difficult

    Pat Rowe Kerr had filed a lawsuit accusing her former employer of age and gender discrimination and was awarded nearly $3 million. Senate Bill 43 will make it harder for people to sue and win an employment discrimination case. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has until July 14 to sign or veto the bill.

Bill would make discrimination and harassment lawsuits against employers difficult

Pat Rowe Kerr had filed a lawsuit accusing her former employer of age and gender discrimination and was awarded nearly $3 million. Senate Bill 43 will make it harder for people to sue and win an employment discrimination case. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has until July 14 to sign or veto the bill.
Neil Nakahodo and Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star