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Hatch Act may refer to:
- Hatch Act of 1887, a US federal legislation that created agricultural experiment stations
- Hatch Act of 1939, a US federal legislation prohibiting some political activities for employees in the executive branch
- Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act (1883), established that positions within the federal government should be awarded on the basis of merit
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