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Judge orders SpaceX to comply with DOJ subpoena on its hiring practices
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U.S. District Judge Dolly M. Gee ruled Wednesday that SpaceX must comply with a Department of Justice subpoena for its hiring records in an investigation into whether the company discriminates against applicants based on their citizenship status.
The Immigrant and Employee Rights Section of the DOJ's Civil Rights Division originally filed the subpoena last October for records related to the application of Fabian Hutter, who alleges that SpaceX denied his application because he isn't American.