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October 08, 2009

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Robert

Just to be clear the jones case was taken to trial. The Jones case - was heard by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, which held that the victim was able to sue in federal court for damages. The court reasoned that, because the issue in dispute was one of sexual assault and not an employment issue, the arbitration agreement was not binding.

Cmon politicians are dirty and unfair how about we at least be fair?

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