In today's podcast, Joel & Chris dive into religious freedom in the workplace. They review Civil Rights Act, Title VII and what "undue hardship" qualifies as. They talk the latest Supreme Court case, Groff v. DeJoy, that covers the topic by questioning whether a postal worker should be able to have Sundays off based on religion. Next, they talk about the rape victim who was ordered to pay $150,000 to family of her rapist that she killed.
In Courtroom Quarterback (beginning at minute 29:00), Joel and Chris break down NFL week 2. They talk about the firing of Nebraska's coach and who may replace him. Lastly, they review NFL games and make their picks for the upcoming week.
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