Because of that possibility and the loss of revenue if no appeal is taken in the case of [taxpayer No.1], a protective appeal is necessary from the adverse decision in his case. Direct discrimination by Federal, State, or local governments is prohibited by the Constitution. The remedies afforded by the Act are particularly suited for attacking and correcting illegal policies, practices, and rules that harm large numbers of persons. Med. Ctr., 736 F.2d 1039 (5th Cir. 1984), the Fifth Circuit held that when a referral is made to the Department of Justice, and suit for injunctive relief is filed, a court can order termination of Federal financial assistance as a remedy.
Although Federal payments are direct to the veterans and indirect to Holy University, the university is receiving Federal financial assistance. Order No. 12250, which directs the Attorney General to oversee and coordinate the implementation and enforcement responsibilities of the Federal agencies pursuant to Title VI. For the first time, the President’s approval power over regulations was delegated to the Attorney General. Exhibit 36.4.1-16 Taxpayer Appeal Letter DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE WASHINGTON, D.C. 20224 [Org.
Pres. Doc. 279 (Feb. 11, 1994) I. Overview: Interplay of Title VI with Title IX, Section 504, the Fourteenth Amendment, and Title VII Title VI prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in programs and activities receiving Federal financial assistance. Order No. 11197, 3 C.F.R. 1964-1965 Comp. 278. However, the Council was abolished after six months and the responsibility was reassigned to the Attorney General pursuant to Exec. When voluntary compliance is sought at the pre-award stage, agencies may exercise greater flexibility in designing appropriate remedial conditions, for two reasons. Second, Title VI does not apply to the Federal government. Instruction v. Finch, 414 F.2d 1068, 1075 n.11 (5th Cir. 1969) (citing 110 Cong. The Court considered three factors: (1) whether the proposed search is authorized by statute; (2) whether the proposed search is properly limited in scope; and (3) how the administrative agency designated the target of the search. Id. at 101; United States v. New Orleans Pub.