2002 NEWS RELEASES, PRESS ADVISORIES AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS LANDMARK LEGAL RULING PRESERVES INDEPENDENCE OF U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS
Commissioner Victoria Wilson retains disputed seat
(Washington, D.C.) Today U.S. District Court Judge Gladys Kessler affirmed the Commission's position that every person seated on the Commission is entitled to serve a full six year term. This ruling ended the attempt by the Bush White House to cut short the term of President Clinton's appointee, Commissioner Victoria Wilson. In granting the Commission a voice as an intervenor in the case, the Court recognized the institution's special role as an independent agency. The Court's ruling is a historic victory. While assuring that Commissioner Victoria Wilson will remain in her seat to serve out her full term, the Court has also preserved the independence and integrity of the Commission. 02/04/02
The foregoing left wing propaganda is "Hosted by the U.S. Government Printing Office." Our tax dollars at work.
Looks like they need to update the ol' website. Anyone who wants to contact the administrator of the Civil Rights Commission website to get them to update it to include yesterday's wonderful opinion can e-mail the webmaster at email@example.com.
Infact, it led me to start another thread on Ms. M.F. Berry, based on her letter, from last year, to JEB Bush.
It is posted under "Politcs/Elections". You might want to take a look at it.