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Samantha Elauf outside the Supreme Court after the court in February 2015.
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June 1, 2015 Samantha Elauf wore a headscarf to a job interview at an Abercrombie & Fitch store and was denied a position because of it. On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that that was clearly wrong.
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Samantha Elauf (right) stands with her mother, Majda, in February outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
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June 1, 2015 Samantha Elauf had applied for the sales job in Tulsa, Okla., and was recommended for hire by an interviewer. But Abercrombie has a "look policy" that bars the wearing of caps by its salespeople.
A model at the front entrance to the Abercrombie & Fitch flagship store in New York City.
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October 2, 2014 At issue is whether the retailer discriminated against a Muslim woman over a headscarf. The government says yes; the retailer says the woman didn't tell them she wore the hijab for religious reasons.
September 9, 2013 Umme-Hani Khan, 19, was fired for refusing to take off her hijab. A federal judge found that violated her civil rights.
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