Civil Rights Center at UNC Law School Loses Power to Sue



University leaders on Friday voted to strip the Center for Civil Rights at the University of North Carolina School of Law of its ability to litigate cases.

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  • Kevin

    I am confused, the article states, "The center, which operates exclusively on private money and does not receive state funding,..." Why is this a state issue if all of the funding is private. Or is the above statement inaccurate?

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