Walmart’s billion dollar discrimination case at the Supreme Court

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Part of the charm and appeal of Walmart is the seeming ability of shoppers to find anything they could possibly need inside one of its 4,300 stores across the country. What you can also find in each of those stores is an employee who’s part of a massive class action lawsuit claiming the retail giant discriminates against women by withholding promotions and pay raises.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court meets in its closed-door conference to discuss whether to take Walmart’s appeal in a multi-billion dollar case that could have a significant impact on the world’s largest private employer.

“I could see the men going forth and the women in the store stayed in the basic positions they were always in,” Betty Dukes told an interviewer about what was happening to her at a Walmart in Pittsburg, California.

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