The Supreme Court Could Soon Make Life Harder for Pregnant Women

Tom Spiggle
The Huffington Post
November 24, 2014

This holiday season, when you pick up another box of heavy gifts left at your doorway by a delivery person, ask yourself: Should a pregnant woman lift this?

The Supreme Court will be asking itself a related question in early December when it considers the biggest test of the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act in a generation.

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