Wardrobe malfunction: Ban on religious attire costs $45k.

Greyhound hired a bus driver, but it refused to let her wear her Muslim headscarf and loose-fitting overgarment (an abaya), even though she had completed her state commercial driver training wearing both items. She was forced to quit and sued. Greyhound has now settled the claim for $45,000 and agreed to train its managers on religious bias.

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