In a harsh rebuke of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions method of attempting to prove that Kaplan Higher Education Corp.s consideration of credit history for hiring in select positions was discriminatory, the Sixth Circuit, only three weeks after oral argument, issued a decision upholding the federal district courts order excluding the EEOCs expert opinion from evidence and dismissing the EEOCs case.
The first sentence of the courts opinion pretty much tells the EEOC all it needs to know:
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