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The Sixth Circuit - What’s At Stake


The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit split narrowly on the constitutionality of the University of Michigan law school’s affirmative action program. This week, the court issued two more divided en banc decisions. (See coverage at How Appealing here and here.) In all of these cases, the more conservative judges were in dissent, so confirmation of Bush’s nominees could well make a difference.


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