Bill Lan Lee

NPR's Barbara Bradley reports on a controversial decision expected from the White House today. They will likely re-nominate Bill Lan Lee as the country's top civil rights law enforcer. Republicans already rejected Lee's nomination 14 months ago and the President put him in as acting civil rights head. Conservatives are opposed to Lee's position on affirmative action.

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