The Biden Administration’s effort to distribute federal benefits by race is already running into legal trouble. Two rulings last week sided with plaintiffs who sued the Small Business Administration for violating equal treatment under the law.
At issue is the SBA requirement that only applications for restaurant relief from women and racial minorities will be processed in the first 21 days, sending everyone else to the back of the line. As the courts recognized, the danger is that the SBA will run out of funds before these other applications can be considered.
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