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Civil Rights Act has become a vehicle to challenge public agencies (access required)

The federal Civil Rights Act, enacted in 1964, has evolved in many ways over the last several decades. In the beginning, Congress sought to protect individual civil liberties, and the CRA prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. It further provided safeguards against racial segregation and certain voter registration ...

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