Fetal Risks, Women's Rights: Showdown at Johnson Controls

For the first time, women are gaining entry to “good” jobs in manufacturing. But some companies, like battery-maker Johnson Controls, say that because of potential fetal health risks, no fertile women need apply. Should the Supreme Court let that policy stand?

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