Supreme Court unanimously rules against USPS in Sunday work case

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling that expanded the extent to which employers are required to accommodate the religious beliefs of their employees. The case involved an evangelical Christian Postal Service carrier who objected to working on Sundays due to religious reasons, and the court ruled in favor of the employee. This decision is seen as a significant victory for religious groups and sets a precedent for broader religious accommodations in the workplace.

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