A group of Muslim women is fighting for the right to wear ankle-length skirts while driving SEPTA buses.

In July, SEPTA bus driver Keasha Paulhill was told to change because her skirt stopped at her ankle.

She was dumbfounded by the request and, with the help of Transport Workers Union 234, filed a grievance. Wearing a shorter skirt or pants violates her religious beliefs.

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