In Trinity Christian Sch. v. Comm'n on Human Rights and Opportunities, 329 Conn. 684 (2018), the Supreme Court of Connecticut affirmed dismissal of the plaintiff's appeal of the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities' denial of the school's motion to dismiss a former employee's complaint for sex, marital status and pregnancy discrimination under Title VII and the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act. The court agreed that denial of the plaintiff's motion to dismiss was not immediately appealable under Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church & Sch. v. EEOC, 565 U.S. 171 (2012). It also ruled that the provision of the Connecticut Act Concerning Religious Freedom [modeled after the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA)] stating that it shall not be construed to authorize the state "to burden any religious belief" does not confer on religious institutions such as the plaintiff immunity from employment discrimination lawsuits. General Statutes §52-571b(d). The Supreme Court of Connecticut concurred that this provision is a rule of construction, not a grant of immunity.