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The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments today in Young v. United Parcel Services. Winter Park Attorney Travis Hollifield won a similar case before the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Local businesses watching UPS pregnancy case


The US Supreme Court is hearing arguments Wednesday in a case that could affect how pregnant workers are treated on the job. Peggy Young was denied a request to go on ‘light duty’ by her employer- UPS. Instead she was put on unpaid leave and had her health insurance suspended. The supreme court will decide if an employer who accommodates the medical needs of non-pregnant workers must do the same with pregnant workers. A ruling isn’t expected until this Spring. Winter Park Attorney Travis Hollifield won a similar case before the Florida Supreme Court. Hollifield told 90.7’s Abe Aboraya why this case isn’t black and white.  
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