JetBlue-T-Shirt Discrimination Case Settles

ACLU Client Raed Jarrar Sues JetBlue and TSA

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In a victory for the Constitution, two Transportation Security Authority (TSA) officials and JetBlue Airways have paid Raed Jarrar $240,000 to settle charges that they illegally discriminated against the U.S. resident based on his ethnicity and the Arabic writing on his T-shirt.

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