News in Brief
Mich. Race-in-Admissions Ban Struck Down
A federal appeals court has invalidated a voter-approved amendment to the Michigan Constitution that barred racial preferences in admissions at state universities. In a 2-1 decision, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit concluded that the amendment "targets a program that inures primarily to the benefit of the minority and reorders the political process in Michigan in such a way as to place special burdens on racial minorities."
Vol. 30, Issue 36, Page 4Published in Print: July 13, 2011, as Mich. Race-in-Admissions Ban Struck Down