Court Upholds Voter-Approved Affirmative Action Ban

, Supreme Court Brief

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The U.S. Supreme Court, delivering its second major blow in less than a year to civil rights organizations, on Tuesday upheld Michigan’s voter-approved ban on the use of race preferences in admissions at the state's public universities.

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  • Any group who receives special privileges comes to view such concessions as an inalienable right. When people ask nicely while demonstrating through deed for a hand up I am often inclined to to give such, when they belligerently demand hand outs my inclination is to give them a very swift kick in their tail.

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