BNA's Americans with Disabilities Act Manual: Newsletter, Volumes 13-14

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Bureau of National Affairs, 2004 - People with disabilities
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U.S. Department of Justice,
wakie wakie
let's go fishing!
on G-D'S web
for(e!): Mr. Powell was appointed chairman of the commission
by(e bye) President Richard M. Nixon in 1973
but was forced to resign 15 months later
by(e bye) President Gerald R. Ford.
EEOC Chairman Powell was criticized for its (the EEOC's)
growing backlog of 120,000 unresolved cases.
p.s.
chew! chew!
p.p.s.
U.S. Department of Justice,
Q: did not the President and Congress make Mr. Powell
the scapegoat?
Q: are not the President and Congress to blame
for(e!):
1) the EEOC's teeny tiny budget
2) the EEOC's lack of investigators
3) the EEOC's general counsels and directors who without fail
jump ship to respondent law firms
p.p.p.s.
U.S. Department of Justice,
'tell and show' all (t)HIS:
Fact: G-D knows who's complacent and who's complicit
__________________________________________________
U.S. Department of Justice,
let's go fishing!
on G-D'S web
for(e!): keystone cops
Q: did you 'catch and reel in' (t)HIS:
http://www.aging.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/reports/rpt1288.pdf
p.s.
U.S. Department of Justice,
Q: did EEOC Chairman Clarence Thomas ever rectify
Ms. Bruner's demotion?
p.p.s.
chew! chew!
_________________________________________________________
U.S. Department of Justice,
wakie wakie
let's go fishing!
on G-D'S web
for(e!): most people who follow the agency (the EEOC)
expect the new administration to continue the pattern of previous ones,
Democratic and Republican alike, in considering it a low priority.
'Without larger budgets and greater political influence',
the new chairwoman may have as much trouble as her predecessors
in transforming the agency into a powerful force.
''There is not a huge national will to have the agency be more effective,''
said John Rowe, a district office director in Chicago
who has worked for the E.E.O.C. for nearly 30 years.
Since the agency gets little respect,
morale has chronically suffered.
Without 'the money' to
1) hire more lawyers and investigators
or to
2) buy computers,
the agency (the EEOC) fell further and further behind
in the 1980's
into much of the 1990's.
p.s.
chew! chew!
p.p.s.
Fact: (t)HIS article appeared 2 months before September 11, 2001
 

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