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The abuses of ‘human rights commissions’ — and why those abuses may not change anything

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Weekly Standard writer (and Washington Examiner alumnus) Mark Hemingway has a must-read story in the current edition of his magazine on the various ways so-called human rights commissions at the state and local government level trample the Constitution and the abuse their power. His article — entitled “The Sensitivity Apparat” –  highlights the ironic case of a DC bar called the Pug, whose...

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