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Black students at the University of Texas at Austin are pleased with a recent court decision upholding race as a factor in admissions.
In a 2-1 decision, an appellate court rules that Texas can use race as a factor in admissions.
The Supreme Court's ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act was a great example of why courts should not substitute their judgment for the judgment of the people and the legislature. And it was all hypocritical bull crap.
Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court’s only Black Justice, compares support of affirmative action with support of slavery.
On June 24, the U.S. Supreme court ruled 7-1 to send the Fisher v. University of Texas case back to a lower federal appeals court for further judicial review.
The Supreme Court has sent Fisher v. University of Texas back to a federal appeals court.
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As the Supreme Court reviews the Abigail Fisher v. Texas case, a newly released NBC/Wall Street Journal Poll shows a decrease in support for affirmative action.
Black students at the University of Texas say it is critical for the Supreme Court to uphold an admissions policy that allows race to be taken into account.
Many elected officials and academics say there is cause for concern while the Supreme Court takes up affirmative action cases.