Supreme Court Declines Admissions Diversity Case in Virginia

Lower court decision stands, allowing a high school to continue the practice. The Supreme Court refused to take up a case that would have restricted a Virginia high…

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Business and Banking Groups File Suit Against Updated Lending Policy

Changes to the Community Reinvestment Act expanded the geographic range. Multiple U.S. banking and business groups sued the Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and Office of the…

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DOJ Settles Opioid User Discrimination Case with PA Court System

Addicts approved for anti-addiction treatment were not given their prescriptions. The Department of Justice (DOJ) secured an agreement with the Judicial System of Pennsylvania requiring state courts to…

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Supreme Court Allows West Point to Consider Race in Admissions

Justices say the request to block the use of affirmative action was “underdeveloped.“ The Supreme Court declined a request to block the use of affirmative action in the…

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Sues FCC Over Discrimination Rule

The lobbying group says the regulation is overly broad. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, one of the nation’s largest lobbying groups, has sued the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)…

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President Appoints New Inspector General of FDIC

Sexual harassment allegations in the agency are being compiled into a report. President Joe Biden appointed Jennifer Fain as the new Inspector General for the Federal Deposit Insurance…

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FTC Bans Rite Aid From Use of Facial Recognition for 5 Years

The agency says the company was “reckless” in its use of the technology for surveillance purposes. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has prohibited Rite Aid from using facial…

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HHS Highlights New Research to Avoid Data-Based Discrimination

The director of the study says decisions must be made intentionally to “mitigate and prevent racial and ethnic bias.“ The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) highlighted…

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White House Holds First AI Council Meeting

The discussions covered AI development, models, and preventing breaches, fraud, and discrimination. The White House AI Council held its first meeting this week, sorting through classified information to…

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White House Holds 2023 Tribal Nations Summit

Administration announces actions to support Tribal nations. The White House recently held the 2023 Tribal Nations Summit, where President Joe Biden and administration officials unveiled a number of…

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