In Douglas v. California Department of Youth Authority, 271 F.3d 812 (9th Cir. 2001), the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals addressed whether a colorblind job applicant filed discrimination charges on time. The employer had refused to hire him as a supervisor of youth offenders because he failed a test for colorblindness.
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