Roger Clegg

Center for Equal Opportunity

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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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hiring new attorneys for the Department of Justice's  Civil Rights Division…

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