California, Maryland and Minnesota are suing the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and its leadership for blocking state and local agencies’ access to employment information.

In a lawsuit filed Friday in California federal court, the states alleged the EEOC violated administrative procedure when the agency enacted a rule in January restricting access of annual employer information reports to requests that state and local fair employment practice agencies (FEPAs) make as part of particular investigations.

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