Roger Clegg

Center for Equal Opportunity

Guest

Roger Clegg is the president and general counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, which opposes racial preferences. He served as deputy assistant attorney general for Civil Rights during the Reagan Administration.

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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.

Trump budget would minimize civil rights across federal agencies

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Last year, the  US Supreme Court ruled  that key parts of the Voting Rights Act, signed by Lyndon Johnson in 1965, had outlived their usefulness.

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Last year, the Boston Globe
reported that former Attorney General  John Ashcroft  changed the process for
hiring new attorneys for the Department of Justice's  Civil Rights Division…

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Last year, the Boston Globe reported that former Attorney General John Ashcroft changed the process for hiring new attorneys for the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division…

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