Louisiana Asks Court To Vacate EPA, DOJ Title VI Disparate Impact Rules

April 24, 2024
The Louisiana Attorney General (AG) is asking a federal district court to vacate EPA and the Justice Department’s (DOJ) decades-old disparate impact rules for implementing Title VI of the Civil Rights Act in addition to permanently enjoining the two agencies from enforcing their rules against any entity in the state -- not just as they are applied to state agencies. In an April 23 brief , the AG’s office told Judge James Cain of the U.S. District Court for the...

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