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Topic - Robert Blink
Iowa's state government employment policies have not discriminated against black employees and job applicants, a judge ruled Tuesday in a case closely watched by civil rights activists.
A judge has ruled that Iowa's state government hiring policies have not discriminated against blacks.
He says the state does not have to pay them lost wages or change its policies to track and eliminate disparities among racial groups.