Expanded Title IX shields whistle-blowers

A 5-4 ruling by the Supreme Court expanded Title IX, originated in 1972 to protect gender discrimination in federally funded education programs, to include protection for those who call attention to gender discrimination. "Without protection from retaliation, individuals who witness discrimination would likely not report it, indifference claims would be short-circuited, and the underlying discrimination would go unremedied," Justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote for the majority.

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