Affirmative action suffered a major blow last week with a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that state voters are free to outlaw the use of race and ethnicity as a factor in college admissions.
Michigan voters several years ago approved a state constitutional amendment that forbids the state’s public colleges and universities to take race into account when deciding who gets admitted. The amendment was challenged, and on Tuesday, the Supreme Court by a 6-2 decision, ruled that voters in each state have every right to ban affirmative action policies.
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