Can plaintiffs bring a claim for discrimination based on an amorphous, non-definable, societal bias?
Lawyers for Iowa Democrat Attorney General Tom Miller got it right when they said, “The record simply does not support Plaintiffs’ charge that some monolithic, immutable force of bias infected the decisions made by every department, at every step, for every job, for every year of the class period.”
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