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NO DISCRIMINATION SUIT FOR WOMEN
DIANE SAWYER (ABC NEWS) (Off-camera) Good evening. Good Monday to you. It was an epic showdown. One million women asking to take on the retail giant Walmart, arguing discrimination over equal promotions and equal pay. But today the US Supreme Court said no, tossing out their suit. It was a divided opinion, and it was over this question, can there be mass discrimination if there's no explicit policy? Or as the senior female justice tried to argue, is discrimination more subtle than that? Terry Moran takes us inside the debate on the biggest job discrimination case in American history. Terry?
TERRY MORAN (ABC NEWS) (Off-camera) Well, Diane, there's no question at all this is a huge victory, and not just for Walmart, but for corporate America as a whole. And it will have a tremendous - impact on women coming together to fight discrimination in the workplace.
GRAPHICS: BATTLE FOR EQUALITY
DIANE SAWYER (ABC NEWS) (Voiceover) For the women of Walmart who charged they'd been denied equal pay and promotions because of their gender, it has been a decade of struggle against the world's largest company.
BETTY DUKES (PLAINTIFF IN WALMART STORES V. DUKES) This ten-year battle so far has definitely been worth the journey. But we are definitely marching forward.
TERRY MORAN (ABC NEWS) (Voiceover) But the Supreme Court just made it a lot harder. Justice Antonin Scalia wrote the crucial opinion for the court, which ruled that "the women of Walmart had failed to show that the company has an actual policy of discrimination that worked to harm all female employees. To sue about literally millions of employment decisions at once, plaintiffs need some glue holding the alleged reasons for all those decisions together," Scalia said from the bench. All three women on the court dissented, along with Justice Stephen Breyer. And Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shot…...

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