Advocates Worry Over Future of Civil Rights at Justice Dept.

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As U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, a conservative Alabamian, was named Friday as Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, many advocates and legal scholars are worried that the U.S. Justice Department's civil rights division, its "crown jewel" under President Obama, faces an uncertain future and dramatically different focus under the Trump administration, reports the Los Angeles Times. They predict the Justice . . .

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