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California Assembly Unanimously Passes Historic Anti-Caste Discrimination Bill

California Assembly Unanimously Passes Historic Anti-Caste Discrimination Bill

California Assembly Unanimously Passes Historic Anti-Caste Discrimination Bill

California State Legislature Passes Historic SB 403 Bill Against Unfair Practice

In a significant development, the California State Legislature officially approved the bill SB 403 on Monday, August 28. This revolutionary law takes a stand against treating individuals unfairly on the basis of their caste. The achievement follows the state Senate’s prior endorsement of the bill earlier this year.

If governors also agree, California is poised to become a leading state in the United States to include race as a protected category against unjust treatment within its anti-discrimination laws.

Promising Progress for Oppressed Caste Communities in America

This unprecedented law has brought new hope to those who have faced persecution because of their caste. With California being the largest state in terms of population and economic strength, the passage of SB 403 is of utmost importance. The bill, supported by California State Senator Aisha Wahab, has received widespread support from diverse groups committed to upholding equality and eliminating race-based discrimination.

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