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Murphy has been turned down for a job as an ambulance driver,

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Murphy has been turned down for a job as an ambulance driver, because of her age, on the grounds that most individuals her age have certain health-related characteristics that legitimately exclude them from effective service as ambulance drivers. Murphy was never individually evaluated to determine whether she possessed the disqualifying characteristics. (a) Under the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Metz v Transit Mix, Murphy has suffered age discrimination, because age-related health factors cannot, as a matter of law, be the basis of a BFOQ; (b) Under the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Western Air Lines v Criswell, Murphy has suffered age discrimination, because even legitimate, age-based job requirements are impermissible unless each applicant, or employee, as the case may be, has been evaluated for job fitness in light of the requirement; (c) Under the USSC’s ruling in Metz v Transit Mix, Murphy has not suffered age discrimination, because age-related health factors, as a matter o
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