An Illinois jury awarded two Somali-American Muslims $240,000 after the men were fired from their jobs as truckers for refusing to haul alcohol because it violated their religious beliefs. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit in federal court on behalf of the two drivers against their former employer, Star Transport. The verdict was handed down on Oct. 20.
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