There has been a lot of discussion lately about the EEOC’s decision to sue Kaplan Higher Education Corporation on the grounds that its policy of using credit histories as part of its applicant screening process had a discriminatory impact on minorities. Also, as noted at the end of last year in the Delaware Employment Law Blog, Illinois just became the fourth state to prohibit employers from disqualifying candidates based on credit history and, as of last summer, 15 other states had similar legislation pending. Ohio’s bill, which was introduced in 2009, never gained any traction. Though I continue to believe that an …