Friday, December 03, 2004 "Faith and Federalism: Do Charitable Choice Provisions Preempt State Nondiscrimination Employment Laws?
Source: Washington and Lee Law Review
Publication date: 2004-07-01
Arrival time: 2004-12-03
Table of Contents
I. Introduction
'We don't hire people of your faith.'1 Alan Yorker, the top candidate for a psychologist position at the United Methodist Children's Home in Decatur, Georgia, was not only disappointed that his job interview ended with this abrupt pronouncement about his Jewish faith-he was angry enough to file a lawsuit.2 ''It's painful to have someone tell you they won't even interview you for a job because of your religion, ' ' Yorker explained, ' ' [b]ut the pain becomes greater when you realize your own taxes are supporting "

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