A Michigan law barring public universities from considering race for admissions will be included as part of the Supreme Court's review of affirmative action in higher education, it was announced Monday. The Michigan case involves a 2006 state Constitutional amendment banning affirmative action in admissions. The Michigan case will be heard, along with a case involving a student seeking to overturn the use of race as part of admissions decisions at the University of Texas.

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