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2000: Rosa vs. Park West Bank & Trust
2000: Rosa vs. Park West Bank & Trust
A federal appellate court found in favor of Lucas Rosa, a biological man who had been turned down for a loan because he was dressed as a woman. The court held that Rosa could sue for sex discrimination under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.

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