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SFFA v. Havard: Racial Preference Trial Could End Up at Supreme Court


Oct 12, 2018 12:21 PM - 1+ week ago

Description: In 2003, the Supreme Court hoped the use of racial preferences would last no more than 25 years. They are becoming permanent....

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