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A quick look at the Ninth Circuit’s decision in the California recall case is enough to make one worry about its objectivity and care. Its full summary of Proposition 54 is that it “would prevent the State from collecting or retaining racial and ethnic data about health care, hate crimes, racial profiling, public education, and public safety.” And there are two part II’s in the opinion.


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