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Hansen, Susan
November 2001
Inc.;Nov2001, Vol. 23 Issue 15, p102
Reports on a lawsuit regarding affirmative action in federal contacting filed by Randy Pech, owner of Adarand Constructors in Colorado. Result of the lawsuit; Arguments on minority-contracting goals; Background on the company; Details on a program of the Colorado Department of Transportation.


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