One of the great mysteries since the ostensibly more worker-friendly Biden administration took office is why the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has not filed more discrimination lawsuits against employers.

As reported earlier this week, the EEOC filed a whopping 32 cases in the last week of its fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30. Even so, it filed just 94 suits for the year, down from 114 a year earlier (though still way up from 2020, when the pandemic pushed filings to a mere 33).

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