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Meyer, et al. v. Clinton (Department of State)

Meyer, et al. v. Clinton (Department of State): The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) certified a class action, and denied an appeal of the certification decision, and refused to reconsider its decision certifying a class on behalf of all disabled Foreign Service applicants against the U.S. State Department. The Class Agent in the matter, Doering Meyer, is a woman with multiple sclerosis (MS) who qualified for a Foreign Service Officer position after a rigorous screening process – only to be denied employment because her multiple sclerosis automatically disqualified her, under the State Department guidelines challenged in the complaint.

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