Dairy Company’s Discrimination Settlement Should be Reviewed, After Scotus Affirmative Action Ruling


With the U.S. Supreme Court (Scotus) set to rule on the constitutionality of a Michigan initiative that bans race and gender discrimination, civil activists are poised to put an end to abusive government practices. An Associated Press report published Jan. 1 highlights one example of costly muscle tactics that should be brought to heal. A dairy company named Cream-O-Land has agreed to pay $324,000 to settle allegations that it discriminated against over 200 female, black and Asian job applicants, according to the U.S. Labor Department.

The company denies any wrongdoing, but has declined to issue any public statements. Unfortunately, there is no innocent until proven guilty and the burden of proof is on private companies to demonstrate that their hiring practices are not discriminatory.

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