Sunday, March 30, 2003

. . .and now they will march for racial preference. The Detroit Free Press says 100,000 demonstaters are expected to come to Washington on Tuesday to support the University of Michigan as it argues in favor of affirmative action before the US Supreme Court.

In an unusual move, the Court announced last week that it will release the audio recording of oral arguments immediately after arguments conclude. This has only been done once before, in Bush v. Gore.

We of course are monitoring this case closely. In the mean time, read the Center's amicus to the Court opposing racial preferences.

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