GUESTS: Gilbert Casellas Former chairman, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission [1994-'97] Partner, Washington office of McConnell, Valdes, LLP The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency that enforces workplace anti-discrimination laws, is under congressional scrutiny. Critics complain the E-E-O-C takes on only high-profile cases and uses bullying tactics on companies. Meanwhile, the agency is strapped for cash and their caseload continues to grow. Join Ray Suarez for a look at the history, mission and future of the EEOC.



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