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Which is true if someone believes that he or she was fired from a job because of his or her religion?
a. The employee must prove that the person who fired him or her is of a different religion.
b. The employee must first file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or an equivalent state agency prior to being able to file suit in court.
c. The employee will not have a claim if the employer has a disproportionately high number of employees of the same religion.
d. The employee must prove that he is a reasonably active practitioner of his or her religion.

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