MI's Heather Mac Donald has a must-read piece on the Vulcan Society disparate impact employment discrimination litigation, where Judge Nicholas Garaufis has gotten just about every piece of public policy wrong, and made faulty factual findings bootstrapped on other faulty factual findings, all at the expense of New York City taxpayers and those who seek competent firefighters.
Vulcan Society litigation
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