California’s Unequal Protections – WSJ

We informed you a week ago that a Los Angeles judge blocked the diversity mandate of the company’s California board of directors, but without comment. It turns out that Superior Court Judge Terry Green filed a 24-page opinion, but it wasn’t published until after our editorial was published on the court’s website. We’re happy to share his logic, because Sacramento politicians clearly need legal instruction.

The legislature’s premise for its diversity mandate was that corporate boards tend to select substitute members who look alike, resulting in homogeneous boards. Ergo, all public corporations headquartered in the state were ordered to include at least one member of an “underrepresented” race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation, and two to three for larger boards. California’s Unequal Protections – WSJ

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