A good decision. I’m not an attorney but there were …

Comment on Supreme Court Decision on Church Employment Case by GMF.

A good decision. I’m not an attorney but there were public comments that the decision was a very narrow one. Can anyone comment on that aspect or was it merely wishful thinking that the decision was narrow?

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Supreme Court Decision on Church Employment Case
@Bill Sorensen:
We really need to speak out, Bill, after prayer and thought. How long can we tolerate profs who teach evolution as a fact? There are other matters that need correction as well.

Supreme Court Decision on Church Employment Case
It wasn’t “sleep apnea” it was narcolepsy; there is a world of difference between these unfortunate afflictions.

While it may not be within the purview of this blog certainly there are medical conditions that militate against persons holding certain jobs. A narcoleptic can fall asleep without any warning.

Would you want a bus driver who is a narcoleptic? Could it be that the person involved in the legal challenge was expected to be alert at all times?

Supreme Court Decision on Church Employment Case
I wonder how many of us have read the Americans with Disabilities Act? Is it job killing and extreme in some areas? Has it driven out of business small companies who could not afford the requirements imposed on them by the Bureaucracy?
Anyone have answers to these questions? Before I accept lock, stock and barrel legislation from Congress I want to know its implications.

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