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Unformatted text preview: other employees to post religious messages. He further argued that Hewlett-Packard failed to reasonably accommodate his religious beliefs. In an order issued June 1, Judge Larry Boyle found that the content of the biblical passages that other employees posted did not violate the company's anti-harassment policy because they were not critical of other workers or contrary to company rules. The judge also found that HP would have to endure an undue burden by letting Peterson continue. "To continue posting his Scriptures from the Old and New Testament critical of homosexuals, essentially requiring other HP employees who may have been offended by the practice to simply accept the practice, would be antithetical to the concept of reasonable accommodation," the judge wrote....
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