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On October 17, 2017, the ERC submitted the following comments to the Fairfax County Office of Human Rights and Equity Programs...
Missouri is on track to lose an estimated $500,000 in federal funds after officials found a new state law does not comply with federal discrimination rules. In a July 14 letter not previously disclosed by Gov. Eric Greitens’ administration...
Accessibility/Disability Rights
When Kellan Powell was in the first grade in 2011, he and his family moved from Ohio to Georgia. Kellan is on the autism spectrum and being uprooted came... 
The end of the fiscal year last week finalized the Republican's failure to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and, after a long summer...
On May 28, 1988, Lisa Carl went to her local movie theater, something millions of Americans can do with ease and comfort. Yet when Lisa tried to go into the theater, the manager refused her ticket, denying her entry because Lisa had cerebral palsy and used a wheelchair...
Strategic Initiatives
A team of economists has uncovered persuasive evidence that local government officials throughout the United States are less responsive to African-Americans than they are to whites...
An estimated one out of three California adults has an arrest or conviction record, according to the nonprofit National Employment Law Project. If employers weed out applicants who check "yes" for the Have you ever been convicted...
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