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The Justice Department has intervened as a "friend of the court" in a lawsuit brought by a Brooklyn College professor to support its position that alcoholics may not be discriminated against in employment.
Under a motion filed in Federal District Court in Brooklyn [N.Y.] by the United States attorney, David G. Trager, the Justice Department will argue that under the Rehabilitation Act of... Login to read more
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