Biden To Repeal Anti-Bias Training Ban For Gov't Contractors

Law360 (January 20, 2021, 11:42 AM EST) -- Joe Biden, in one of his first executive actions as the 46th U.S. president, revoked a controversial executive order barring government contractors from certain types of racial sensitivity training in the workplace.

Biden's transition team had announced early Wednesday that repealing the Trump-era directive would be part of the new president's broad slate of Day One executive actions, saying the Trump administration's directive was a "damaging executive order which limited critical diversity and inclusion training in the workplace."

"I thought with the state of the nation today there's no time to waste; get to work immediately," the president said at a brief White...

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