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Federal lawsuit targets ‘gerrymandered’ Georgia House districts

February 22, 2018

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A Washington-based advocacy group asked a federal judge Wednesday to toss out a 2015 map that
was designed to protect two vulnerable lawmakers, contending in a motion that records show
minority voters were moved out of the districts to protect incumbents.

Civil Rights Lawyers Claim ‘Extreme Racial Gerrymandering’

February 22, 2018

Daily Report

Civil rights lawyers have asked a federal judge to block what they call “extreme racial gerrymandering” by the Georgia House of Representatives in an attempt to hold on to a Republican majority in the 2018 elections.

Harassment guidance for employers awaits approval from White House

February 15, 2018

The Hill

“We call on the Administration to promptly finalize and release a meaningful and robust Guidance to help eradicate workplace harassment,” Dariely Rodriguez, director of the Economic Opportunities Project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, said in a statement.

Trump’s 87 picks to be federal judges are 92% white with just one black and one Hispanic nominee

February 14, 2018

USA Today

Among Trump’s first 87 judicial nominees, only one is African American and one is Hispanic. Five are Asian Americans. Eighty are white.

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