Ohio teacher awarded $171,000 after firing over artificial insemination
By Bob Driehaus CINCINNATI, Ohio (Reuters) - A Catholic school teacher fired by the Cincinnati Archdiocese after becoming pregnant by artificial insemination was awarded $171,000 in damages on Monday by a federal court jury that ruled her dismissal violated U.S. anti-discrimination laws. The U.S....Teacher fired after artificial insemination pregnancy
A teacher fired after becoming pregnant through artificial insemination was expected to tell jurors her version of events as the trial in her lawsuit against a Roman Catholic archdiocese and two of its schools entered its second day.
Jury awards $170,000 to lesbian Catholic school teacher sacked after artificial insemination
A teacher has won the federal anti-discrimination lawsuit she filed after she was sacked by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati in 2010 because she got pregnant via artificial insemination.Teacher fired by Catholic school after artificial insemination
A teacher fired after becoming pregnant through artificial insemination was expected to tell jurors her version of events as the trial in her lawsuit against a Roman Catholic archdiocese and two of its schools entered its second day.Christa Dias has sued the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the...
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