Civil Rights Act of 1990

dc.contributor.authorUS Congress
dc.contributor.recipientCivil Rights Bill of 1990
dc.descriptionThe K-H bill clarifies the CR Act of 1964 by codifying the Griggs decision, and adds, in Sec. 14 (p. 619): "Nothing in the amendments made by this Act, or in any statute amended by this Act shall be construed so as to require, permit, or result in the adoption or implementation of hiring, promotion, compensation, or termination quotas by an employer, employment agency, labor organization, joint labor-management committee controlling apprenticeship or other training or retraining programs, including on-the-job training programs, or those federal entities subject to the provisions of section 717 (or the heads thereof), on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin." Followed in records by a section-by-section analysis.
dc.relation.ispartofG Street Box 008; Folder 5; p. 604-629
dc.titleCivil Rights Act of 1990
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