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How Thomas Perez might use 'disparate impact' theory as labor secretary

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I’ve posted a few pieces on this blog about how Thomas Perez, the Justice Department’s top civil rights law enforcer, arranged a highly unusual quid pro quo with the city of St. Paul, Minn.,  to get it to drop a legal challenge that was headed to the Supreme Court. Congressional Republicans are looking into the deal now that Perez is the White House’s pick to be labor secretary.

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