Ex-postal worker who wants Sundays off wins at Supreme Court, but he still could lose case
Surprise! Court makes unanimous ruling in religious-rights dispute
When the law says that an employer must accommodate the religious practices of employees unless it creates an “undue hardship,” that means that the employer has to accommodate employees unless there’s an undue hardship.
At its heart, the Groff v. DeJoy case unanimously decided — yes, a religion …