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U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Weighs in on the Senate Health-Care Bill


The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has sent a letter to various leading senators objecting to “racially discriminatory provisions” in the Senate’s health-care bill, like coercing medical schools and others into using racially preferential admission policies. The Commission had already noted the same constitutional problems in the House version. (Linda Chavez devoted a column to the issue early on; and I had also noted it on The Corner.)


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