MTA Bias Suit Over Muslim Scarf Lives, Though Driver Died

Published: April 21, 2014 Publication: The Chief By Sarah Dorsey Though the woman who wore it has died, a suit against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority over the donning of a Muslim headscarf presses on. In 2005, Stephanie Lewis said she was fired by the MTA after she refused to put an agency logo on her khimar, a religious head-covering. She died in 2012, but a Federal Judge March 31 ruled that her suit, now carried on by her husband, can continue.

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