Supermarket chain Kroger reached a settlement of $180,000 in a lawsuit over religious discrimination over its uniforms

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The store adopted a new uniform with a multicolored heart

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Both employees refused to wear uniforms with a logo

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Then both employees were fired for refusing to wear the uniform

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Lawson and Record working in Conway, Arkansas in April 2019

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EEOC sues Kroger on behalf of both employees in 2020

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In response, the two employees requested religious accommodation from Kroger

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The matter was settled on Thursday

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Kroger will create a religious housing policy, paying $180,000 as part of the settlement

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