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Title VII expressly forbids discrimination based on religion. The term “religion” can include a belief system, religious observance or religious practice. It can also include moral beliefs that have the weight of a traditional religious view. Generally, employers must make reasonable accommodation for the religious beliefs of their employees, unless it would cause undue hardship on the employer. If you have questions about religious discrimination, you should consult an attorney experienced in handling religious discrimination cases.

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