Supreme Court asked to decide key affirmative action issue

February 20, 2001

Future of racial preferences at U. of Washington and across the nation at stake

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to decide the key question in the national debate over affirmative action. White applicants challenging the constitutionality of minority admissions preferences at the University of Washington Law

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Appeals court asked to review Michigan’s racial preferences

February 20, 2001

Washington, D.C. –Applicants challenging minority admissions preferences at the University of Michigan asked a federal appeals court today to review a judge’s ruling that the current system of preferences is legal. The request comes in response to the University’s recent petition asking the court to review a parallel ruling that

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Faith-based providers face legal obstacles

February 01, 2001

First Amendment litigators point to Boston summer camp

Washington, D.C. – President Bush’s initiative to expand partnerships between government and faith-based providers of social services drew a predictable response from many quarters. Groups advocating an absolute separation of church and state were quick to criticize the President’s legislative proposals, including the

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