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Aimee Stephens spent years battling two debilitating illnesses that prevented her from working at all. To add insult to injury. she was fired from her job as a funeral director and embalmer for telling her employer that she was transgender and that she would show up to work in the appropriate women’s attire. She tried to sue on the grounds of discrimination, but could not do so due to the Supreme…

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