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February 12, 1986

Lawyers for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have been told to stop demanding numerical hiring goals and timetables in settlements with companies and unions accused of discriminating against women and minority employees, officials said. Although the five-member commission has taken no formal vote on abandoning use of such race- and sex-conscious goals, Johnny Butler, the EEOC's acting general counsel, said he has directed regional attorneys not to bring any more cases that include them.

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