Text: H.R.3975 — 102nd Congress (1991-1992)All Information (Except Text)

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HR 3975 IH
102d CONGRESS
1st Session
 H. R. 3975
To amend section 1977A of the Revised Statutes to equalize the remedies
available to all victims of intentional employment discrimination, and for
other purposes.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
November 26, 1991
Mrs. KENNELLY (for herself, Mr. LEWIS of Georgia, Mr. FORD  of Michigan,
Mr. EDWARDS  of California, Mrs. SCHROEDER, Mrs. MINK,  Ms. OAKAR,  Ms. NORTON,
Mrs. MORELLA, Mr. ROYBAL, Mr. ATKINS, Mr. AUCOIN, Mr. CAMPBELL  of Colorado,
Mr. MOODY, Mr. ACKERMAN, Mr. PANETTA, Mr. EVANS, Mr. STUDDS, Mr. ESPY,
Mr. HAYES  of Illinois, Mr. SERRANO, Mr. LEHMAN  of Florida, Mr. TOWNS,
Mr. HOCHBRUECKNER, Mr. MATSUI, Mr. MARTINEZ, Mr. COLEMAN  of  Texas, Mr. WHEAT,
Mr. MCDERMOTT, Mr. DEFAZIO, Mr. NOWAK, Mr. STARK,  Mrs. UNSOELD, Mr. JONTZ,
Mr. DIXON, Mr. FRANK  of Massachusetts,  Ms. PELOSI, Mr. GREEN  of New York,
Mr. BERMAN, Mr. RICHARDSON, Mr. MILLER  of  California, Mr. SANDERS, Mr. NEAL
of Massachusetts, Mr. MFUME,  Mrs. BOXER, and Mr. MINETA)  introduced the
following bill; which was referred jointly to the Committees on the Judiciary
and Education and Labor
A BILL
To amend section 1977A of the Revised Statutes to equalize the remedies
available to all victims of intentional employment discrimination, and for
other purposes.
  Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
  This Act may be cited as the `Equal Remedies Act of 1991'.
SEC. 2. EQUALIZATION OF REMEDIES.
  Section 1977A of the Revised Statutes, as added by section 102 of the
  Civil Rights Act of 1991, is amended--
  (1) in subsection (b)--
  (A) by striking paragraph (3), and
  (B) by redesignating paragraph (4) as paragraph (3), and
  (2) in subsection (c) by striking `section--' and all that follows through
  the period, and inserting `section, any party may demand a jury trial.'.