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Re: DOJ v. Michigan on Foreign Language Interpreters


Good for Justice Markman! 

Here (at appendix A in this congressional testimony) is the Center for Equal Opportunity’s analysis of why the Justice Department’s policy in this area is legally unsound — that is, why a “disparate impact” application of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act cannot be legitimately used to equate language discrimination with national-origin discrimination.


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