The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments this week on the validity of Michigan's law banning race-conscious admissions at public colleges. The majority of the justices hearing the case seemed skeptical that the ban, approved by voters in 2006, hurts racial minorities in college admissions. Attorneys seeking to overturn the ban argued that it "creates two playing fields" for students. The court is expected to decide the case by June 2014.
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