My sister was asked, during an interview for a pharmaceutical rep position, if she planned on getting pregnant anytime soon. My sister, who was 38 at the time, told the interviewer that she felt that question had no place in the interview room. He stated he was required to ask because they couldn't afford to hire her and then her get pregnant shortly after being hired. She asked him if they ask men if they plan on getting any women pregnant since the child support payments would be coming out of their pay. He thanked her for her time and, of course, she didn't get the job. She did file a complaint with the company for that line of questioning. I don't remember if anything became of it. She got a much better job shortly thereafter anyway. So, I doubt she pursued it any further.