Store owner who lectured employee about Bible must pay unemployment benefits

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Posted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 12:00 am

TABOR, Iowa (AP) — A southwest Iowa grocery store owner has been ordered to pay unemployment benefits to an employee who quit after he lectured her about the Bible.

A state judge ruled against Tyler Stille, owner of Tabor Market & Deli in Tabor, a 1,000-person city about 25 miles south of Council Bluffs, the Des Moines Register reported Wednesday.

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