The Supreme Court has said that universities need more proof of the need for diversity before they undertake an affirmative action plan.
By a 7-1 vote, with one justice recusing herself, the court sent a case about the University of Texas’ admissions policy back to a federal appeals court for review, giving the school another chance to justify its affirmative action program. Here’s the court’s decision:
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