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After Roe, Supreme Court may do away with affirmative action. Here's how it could happen.

JOHN SEXTON May 23, 2022 5:20 PM ET

   
Back in January we learned that the Supreme Court had decided to take up a case involving affirmative action in college admissions.

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The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide whether race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard and the University of North Carolina are lawful, raising serious doubts about the future of affirmative action in higher education…

“Affirmative action has repeatedly been administered last rites during the last five decades,” said Justin Driver, a law professor at Yale. “But these two cases unmistakably pose the gravest threats yet to affirmative action’s continued vitality.”

Since then, dozens of amicus briefs have been submitted representing views on all sides of the issue. Today the site HigherEdDive took a look at the arguments found in just one of those briefs, which was submitted by Republican attorneys general from 19 states.

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Affirmative action is a racist abomination, and should have been done away with years ago.  Hopefully the Court will finally have the courage to kill it off this time around. 
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