As neither the language for the statute nor the legislative history supports its keeping…

As neither the language for the statute nor the legislative history supports its keeping…

The majority is compelled to rely on its perception of the policy expressed in Title VII as neither the language of the statute nor the legislative history supports its holding.

The insurance policy, needless to say, is broadly to proscribe discrimination in work methods. However the statute itself focuses especially regarding the individual and “precludes remedy for people as merely aspects of a racial, spiritual, intimate or nationwide course. ” Id. At 708, 98 S. Ct., at 1375. This certain focus has small relevance towards the company of insurance coverage. See that is id 724, 98 S. Ct., at 1383 (BLACKMUN, J., concurring in part and concurring into the judgment). Continue reading “As neither the language for the statute nor the legislative history supports its keeping…”