When the U.S. Supreme Court returns to session, an Arizona case will take center stage. As the "Arizona Capitol Times" reports, it's a case involving the Mount Lemmon Fire District in southern Arizona.
In 2009 two fire captains were fired, they were the department's oldest employees and they sued for age discrimination.
This case could have a far-reaching impact. It boils down to the question; can government employers be too small to have to comply with federal anti-discrimination laws?
The nation's highest court, perhaps with Brett Kavanaugh on the bench, is expected to hear this case in October.