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Supreme Court Will Hear Admissions Cases, Suggesting Conservatives May Target Affirmative Action

Jan 24, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

57% : The last time the Supreme Court weighed in on affirmative action was in 2016, when the justices unexpectedly ruled 4 to 3 to uphold the University of Texas at Austin's race-conscious admissions policy.
54% : The Supreme Court's decision to take that case will make proponents of affirmative action nervous.
52% : Students for Fair Admissions' goal has been to get these case before the Supreme Court so that its firm majority of conservative justices will strike down affirmative action altogether.
40% : Additionally, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., who has occasionally sided with the court's liberal bloc on other key votes, has previously made clear his stance against affirmative action.

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