Civil Rights Commission

Civil Rights Commission
A commission in the nature of a fact finding agency established by federal statute. 42 USC §§ 1975-1975e; Hannah v Larche, 363 US 420, 4 L Ed 2d 1307, 80 S Ct 1502, reh den 364 US 855, 5 L Ed 2d 79, 81 S Ct 33.

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