- In General Electric Co. v. Gilbert, the Supreme Court rules that a health insurance plan for
employees providing sickness and accident benefits for any disability but those arising as a result of pregnancy did not constitute sex discrimination under Title VII, although the court acknowledged that only women can become pregnant.
- In Franks v. Bowman Transportation Co., the Supreme Court holds that Title VII requires an employer
to hire a victim of unlawful discrimination with seniority starting from the date the individual was unlawfully denied the position.
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