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Labor Department recommends Congress codify SCOTUS ruling that impacts Reserve troops working for state agencies


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A new report from the Department of Labor calls on Congress to codify into law a Supreme Court decision that allows service members to take state employers to court if they feel the state has violated federal laws that ban discrimination against employees because of their military service.

The recommendation is part of an annual report to Congress last month by the department, which oversees implementation of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994, or USERRA.

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