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Laws, Regulations, and Policy Guidance
Source: United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Links to laws enforced by the EEOC, EEOC regulations, the EEOC Compliance Manual, EEOC Enforcement Guidances, and Memoranda of Understanding.
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Federal Laws Prohibiting Job Discrimination Questions and Answers
Source: United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Complete overview from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about the different federal laws that prohibit discrimination and the types of discrimination they address, as well as information about filing a charge or lawsuit against an employer for discrimination, remedies for an employee who has been discriminated against, and how the EEOC handles claims.
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Practice and Procedure in Discrimination Cases
Source: Seattle Office For Civil Rights

Rules promulgated by the Seattle Office for Civil Rights. The rules cover illegal discrimination.
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Source: Workplace Fairness

Information about discrimination. Includes state and federal information covering age, disability, gender identity, immigration status, language, marital and parental status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation.
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Seattle Human Rights Commission
Source: Seattle Human Rights Commission

The Seattle Human Rights Commission was established in 1963 to advocate for justice and equal opportunity, to advise the City of Seattle on human rights issues and to collaborate with public and private sectors in order to educate them on methods to prevent and eliminate discrimination city-wide.
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