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May employers or governmental agencies discriminate against persons who file chapter 7 bankruptcy cases?

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May employers or governmental agencies discriminate against persons who file chapter 7 bankruptcy cases?

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No. It is illegal for either private or governmental employers to discriminate against a person as to employ¬≠ment because that person has filed a chapter 7 case. It is also illegal for local, state, or federal governmental agencies to discriminate against a person as to the granting of licenses (including a driver’s license), permits, student loans, and similar grants because that person has filed a chapter 7 case.

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