CAN USPS FORCE CHRISTIANS TO WORK ON SUNDAYS? – The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a case that will determine if the U.S. Post Office can require its Christian employees to work on Sundays. Gerald Groff began working for the USPS before they started delivering mail on Sundays. After the change, he told his supervisors he couldn’t work Sundays as it’s against his religious beliefs. They insisted he must still work on Sundays, so now he has resigned. Groff filed a lawsuit in Federal court which will now be considered by SCOTUS.
Can the Post Office Force Christians to Work on Sundays?
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