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    :: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 ::

    Judge temporarily halts black preference in state hiring - AP, Dateline Alabama
    A federal judge has suspended a race-based hiring and promotion rule that state agencies have been required to follow for 35 years.

    The late U.S. District Judge Frank Johnson ruled in a job discrimination suit in 1970 that the state could not hire or promote a white person from a list of certified applicants if a higher-ranking black was on the list and available for work.
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