Religious Bias Suit Against Wis. School District Nixed

Law360, New York (August 27, 2009, 5:23 PM EDT) -- A Wisconsin appeals court on Thursday upheld several earlier rulings that a Muslim former employee of a Wisconsin school district was not discriminated against because of his religion, saying that there was no evidence the district acted on a request that the employee stop wearing a religious head covering and ring at work.

Judges Charles Dykman, Paul Lundsten and Burnie Bridge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled against Fard Mohammed, who had sued the Racine Unified School District for religious discrimination stemming from his employment...
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