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"Protecting the Unborn at Work " Please respond to the following: From the case study, support or challenge the moral status of Johnson Control's...

"Protecting the Unborn at Work " Please respond to the following:

From the case study, support or challenge the moral status of Johnson Control's fetal policy. The U.S. Supreme Court highlighted studies that showed men working in the factory also placed their potential offspring at risk because the lead exposure negatively affected sperm. Reexamine the factory's policy in light of this evidence, and determine whether or not it is morally justifiable to prevent women, who could reproduce, from working in the factory while simultaneously permitting men, who could reproduce, to keep their jobs.

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The Johnson Control policy of firing women who are capable of reproduction to work in a
factory is a case of sexual discrimination. It should be the wish of the women who want to leave
their jobs...

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