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The Struggle Continues in Michigan


The Ward Connerly-led Michigan Civil Rights Initiative has submitted over a half-million signatures, more than enough to put its initiative banning preferences based on race, ethnicity, and sex onto the ballot in Michigan (a key target there is the University of Michigan’s admissions discrimination). And the Center for Individual Rights has now demanded that UM refund the $40 application fees of all students (i.e., whites and Asians) who have been discriminated against in this way.


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