The Age Discrimination Study: A Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1. daļa

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The Commission, 1977 - 112 lappuses
 

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90. lappuse - Any person aggrieved may bring a civil action in any court of competent jurisdiction for such legal or equitable relief as will effectuate the purposes...
7. lappuse - SEC. 302. it is the purpose of this title to expand educational opportunity and encourage the establishment of programs of adult public education that will enable all adults to continue their education to at least the level of completion of secondary school and make available the means to secure training that will enable them to become more employable, productive, and responsible citizens.
7. lappuse - PROGRAM Medicaid — authorized by title XIX of the Social Security Act, as amended — is a grant-in-aid program under which the Federal Government pays part of the costs incurred by States in providing medical services to persons unable to pay for such care.
2. lappuse - Commission shall conduct public hearings to elicit the views of interested parties, including Federal departments and agencies, on issues relating to age discrimination in programs and activities receiving Federal financial assistance, and particularly with respect to the reasonableness of distinguishing, on the basis of age, among potential participants in, or beneficiaries of, specific federally assisted programs.
24. lappuse - MEMBERS OF MINORITY GROUPS, WOMEN, AND HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS ARE OFTEN VICTIMS OF COMPOUNDED DISCRIMINATION BASED ON AGE, SEX, RACE, NATIONAL ORIGIN AND HANDICAP.
48. lappuse - ... but nothing contained herein shall be construed to limit the utilization of services and facilities of private agencies, institutions and organizations (such as private businesses, labor organizations, private employment agencies, and private educational and vocational institutions...
33. lappuse - ... tribute to the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, to the foresight of the men and women there who have made its programs productive over the years, and to the Congress, which has consistently provided the means necessary for the continued achievement of our vocational rehabilitation goals.
82. lappuse - The provisions of the Age Discrimination Act place major limits on the coverage and application of a prohibition against age discrimination in Federally assisted programs and activities. The first and foremost among these limitations appears in the purpose clause, which expresses the intent of the Act to ban "unreasonable discrimination.

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