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INSIGHT: Supreme Court Comcast Ruling Sets Back Civil Rights

Bloomberg Law
The Comcast ruling unduly narrows the 1866 Civil Rights Act, making contract discrimination much harder to prove. And the Supreme Court may not be finished restricting anti-discrimination law.

The Comcast ruling unduly narrows the 1866 Civil Rights Act, making contract discrimination much harder to prove. And the Supreme Court may not be finished restricting anti-discrimination law.

If there’s hope for victims of racial bias, however, it’s that Congress has the final say over the meaning of its statutes. The public should demand that Congress amend the law to prohibit any reliance on race in contracting decisions, so that the Civil Rights Act of 1866 can serve its intended purpose of stamping out discrimination.

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