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California Law Requiring Board Diversity Is Struck Down


A California legislation requiring range on company boards of administrators has been struck down in a blow to the state’s efforts to deal with racial and gender disparities within the office. In response to a lawsuit introduced by Judicial Watch, a nonprofit conservative advocacy group, Decide Terry Inexperienced of Los Angeles County Superior Court docket on Friday discovered that the legislation violated the state structure. The legislation, Meeting Invoice 979, went into impact in 2020...

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