Bush Taps Controversial Lawyer To Head Civil Rights Office

04/1/2002 | NYTimes.com

President Bush reportedly has sidestepped the Senate confirmation process to name Kansas City attorney Gerald Reynolds as head of the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Education. Reynolds is to enforce civil rights law affecting schools through the university level, including complaints about discrimination and Title IX. Reynolds has been criticized for opposing affirmative action.

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