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Under the federal discrimination laws that exist in this country, an individual can sue an employer even if the EEOC believes that the individual’s discrimination charge has no merit.

Under the federal discrimination laws that exist in this country, an individual can sue an employer even if the EEOC believes that the individual’s discrimination charge has no merit. In other words, even if the EEOC finds that an individual’s charge has no probable cause, the individual will receive a right to sue letter and can sue the employer in court.

Given that, why is the EEOC even necessary and should the law be amended to allow individuals to go directly to court without going through the EEOC first?

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