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Comedy of action case -- That's right the significant affirmative action case the court has.
For affirmative action holding.
That the University of Texas is affirmative action program to admit students is in fact reverse discrimination Stewart.
Abigail Fisher applied for the university to for -- University of Texas in 2008.
She did not get and she sued.
She it went up to the appeals court which upheld the university's admissions program -- the Supreme Court -- said no.
He appeals court was wrong in that decision and has vacated the decision and remanded it back.
Two the lower court so -- so it blow for affirmative action supporters today.
A restriction on the use of race in the admissions for college you have to know what the breakdown was it was it five ball walk walk out -- that thank you seven to one -- pretty overwhelming vote.
Justice Kagan was -- accused here and just to be clear here Abigail Fisher was a white student and she argued that she was discriminated against by the university's admissions.
Policies that's and it it very interest -- right now seven to one fascinating -- thank you very much indeed but.
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