SCOTUS Showdown Over Sabbath Could Change Workplaces Across the Nation
A former postal worker wants a ruling to balance work and worship
Rain or shine. Sleet or snow. Just not on the Sabbath.
Former U.S. Postal Service (USPS) letter carrier Gerald Groff spent every day for seven years delivering the mail in a rural corner of southeast Pennsylvania -- except for Sundays when he would attend worship services and rest.
But in 2019, the former Mennonite missionary and son of a truck driver said his boss forced him to choose between practicing his faith or a paycheck distributing packages; he resigned.
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