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The Supreme Court had just ruled that federal civil rights law do in fact protect gay, lesbian and transgender workers. "The LGBTQ community is made of up of approximately 1 million workers who identify as transgender and 7.1 million lesbian, gay and bisexual workers," according to UCLA's Williams Institute. As reviewed by CNN, this landmark ruling will now extend protection to millions of workers nationwide and can be considered as a defeat for the Trump administration, which argued that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act that bars discrimination based on sex did not extend to claims of gender identity and sexual orientation.

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