Florida-Based Plasma Company Turns Away Donor due to Identity

Nov 12, 2019 - 5:10
Florida-Based Plasma Company Turns Away Donor due to Identity

A Plasma company in Florida allegedly discriminated against an individual who identifies as non-binary, according to a lawsuit filed by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR). The lawsuit, which was originally filed in March 2019, accuses CSL Plasma of violating the Minnesota Human Rights Act by denying individuals from donating plasma if they do not identify with the gender they were given at birth. The complaint was amended on November 7 after a non-binary donor said that they were turned away when they tried to donate plasma at the CSL Plasma location in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in September.  What You Should Know The department

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