Civil rights aren't just the province of the Department of Justice. Other parts of the government have offices to deal with related issues, too. The Washington Post is reporting that the Trump Administration wants to reduce anti-discrimination programs in several departments: Labor, Education and the EPA. Opponents call it part of a war on civil rights. Supporters say it's cost cutting in the name of efficiency on the way toward what they call "colorblind government."
Trump budget would minimize civil rights across federal agencies
Juliet Eilperin - senior national affairs correspondent for The Washington Post - @eilperin, Vanita Gupta - Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights - @vanitaguptaCR, Roger Clegg - Center for Equal Opportunity - @CEOUSA