U.S. top court upholds Michigan ban on college affirmative action
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Tuesday further undermined the use of racial preferences in higher education by upholding a voter-approved Michigan law that banned the practice in decisions on which students to admit to state universities.
On a 6-2 vote, the court rejected a challenge to the ban, although the justices were divided as to the legal rationale.
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