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High court stops short of ending racial quotas and preferences

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Schuette v. BAMN shouldn't have been a hard case. The Fourteenth Amendment outlaws racial discrimination. Racial quotas and preferences are, by definition, racial discrimination. Fifty-eight percent of Michigan voters in 2006 voted to prohibit racial quotas and preferences in admission to state colleges and universities. As Justice Antonin Scalia asked in his concurring opinion in Schuette v....

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