Are California's Laws Prohibiting Workplace Religious Discrimination Enough?

Despite a 2012 California law prohibiting religious discrimination in the workplace, a new report on Muslim civil rights shows hundreds of reports of a hostile work environment, including harassment about terrorism, politics or religion, retaliation and wrongful termination, and failure to accommodate religious practices.
Are California's Laws Prohibiting Workplace Religious Discrimination Enough?
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