Modern legal theorists are now discussing the wisdom of including sex or gender as one of the protected, or even suspect, classes. Their argument is essentially this: why do we define as a protected class persons who constitute approximately 50% of the population? Whether male or female, to include either is simply to say 50% of the population is within the protected class and the remaining 50% is not. Has American society evolved to the point that we should no longer consider someone’s gender a potential handicap in the job market?

Economics and the Foreclosure Crisis
July 14, 2020
Post your primary response to DQ1 by Day 3: Compare and contrast the differences in the hospital and healthcare provider reimbursement. Then suggest 2-3 differences in hospital and outpatient healthcare reimbursement requirements. Finally, suggest why these differences have evolved. Justify your response.
July 14, 2020

Modern legal theorists are now discussing the wisdom of including sex or gender as one of the protected, or even suspect, classes. Their argument is essentially this: why do we define as a protected class persons who constitute approximately 50% of the population? Whether male or female, to include either is simply to say 50% of the population is within the protected class and the remaining 50% is not. Has American society evolved to the point that we should no longer consider someone’s gender a potential handicap in the job market?

Modern legal theorists are now discussing the wisdom of including sex or gender as one of the protected, or even suspect, classes. Their argument is essentially this: why do we define as a protected class persons who constitute approximately 50% of the population? Whether male or female, to include either is simply to say 50% of the population is within the protected class and the remaining 50% is not. Has American society evolved to the point that we should no longer consider someone's gender a potential handicap in the job market?

Modern legal theorists are now discussing the wisdom of including sex or gender as one of the protected, or even suspect, classes. Their argument is essentially this: why do we define as a protected class persons who constitute approximately 50% of the population? Whether male or female, to include either is simply to say 50% of the population is within the protected class and the remaining 50% is not. Has American society evolved to the point that we should no longer consider someone’s gender a potential handicap in the job market?


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