Job Preferences Face a New Test

August 25, 2002

By TERRY EASTLAND

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, August 25, 2002

During his presidency, Bill Clinton vowed to mend affirmative action. The latest evidence he failed to do so comes in the form of a lawsuit filed earlier this month against the federal government. Now it’s up to the Bush administration to undertake the

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In a Bureaucratic Bind

August 22, 2002

By ROGER CLEGG

Washington Times, August 22, 2002

On Aug. 8, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) were sued by plaintiffs represented by the Center for Individual Rights. The lawsuit claims that the agencies violated the civil rights laws that prohibit employment discrimination

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Corissa and Eric Mueller’s story (cont.)

August 14, 2002

Corissa Mueller had no reason to expect that discussing her daughter’s treatment with emergency room staff would lead to her infant’s forcible seizure of by state child welfare officials.

The Muellers: Noah, Corissa, Taige, Eric and Von

Corissa and her husband both have degrees in engineering. After college, they went to Texas, where

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Fair Fight: Taking on Preferences

August 09, 2002

By STANLEY KURTZ

NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE, August 9, 2002

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is charged with protecting the American public from employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. To say that the EEOC had failed in this task would be an understatement. The plain

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HUD & EEOC sued over reverse discrimination

August 08, 2002

Federal class action lawsuit challenges preferences for women and minorities

Washington, D.C. – Employment preferences for women and minorities at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development came under fire today from a class action lawsuit filed in federal court. Worth v. Martinez charges HUD and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission —

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