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Plaintiffs Appeal Race Discrimination Case to Iowa Supreme Court

by Fran Haas | May 18, 2012

By Fran Haas

On Wednesday, the class of plaintiffs in Pippen v. Iowa appealed the Iowa district court’s dismissal of their “implicit bias” race discrimination claims against the State of Iowa.  A summary of the district court’s decision is here.

This case has received national attention for its focus on implicit bias, and the Iowa Supreme Court proceedings will be watched closely.  Stay tuned for further updates.

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