University Of Michigan Ruling Boosts Affirmative Action

A federal court yesterday ruled that the university's law school may resume its race-based admissions program. The court said the practice of actively seeking groups that have been "historically discriminated against" falls within constitutional boundaries, ruling that having a diverse student body is a "compelling state interest." Plaintiffs said they would appeal to the Supreme Court.

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