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Subject: American History
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Date: January 29, 2004
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The bill was the most significant piece of legislation to date, and it has had a lasting effect in the elimination of discrimination and segregation. The act included 11 titles that covered a variety of issues. Included below is a sampling of the most significant titles: I. Outlaws arbitrary discrimination in voter registration and expedites voting rights suits; II...

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Outlaws arbitrary discrimination in voter registration and expedites voting rights suits; II. Bars discrimination in public accommodations such as hotels and restaurants; III. & IV. Authorized the national government to bring suits to desegregate public facilities and schools; V. Extends the life and expands the power of the Civil Rights Commission; VI...

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