Law’s Carolyn Seymour says lawsuit tests religion and anti-discrimination

Cincinnati woman’s suit may refine limits on rules for church-school teachers

The Associated Press: A 30-year-old single woman was fired from her job as a teacher in two Cincinnati Catholic schools after she was artificially inseminated and became pregnant; the case is now a federal discrimination lawsuit. “People will be watching to see just how far religious organizations can go in imposing religious requirements on employees without violating anti-discrimination laws,” said School of Law associate professor Carolyn Seymour.