Analysis

Trump's Proposed DOJ Budget Could Cut Civil Rights Funding

Law360, New York (March 16, 2017, 9:14 PM EDT) -- The Trump administration's Thursday proposal to cut the U.S. Department of Justice’s budget even as spending on immigration enforcement and other areas increases is another indication that the new administration will put less emphasis on civil rights, fair lending, antitrust and other areas, experts say.

While President Donald Trump's budget proposal is almost certainly not expected to become law, the document does set out the administration's priorities and main areas of focus. (AP) While President Donald Trump's budget proposal is almost certainly not expected to become law, the document does set out the administration’s priorities and main areas of focus. Immigration...

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