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  • U.S. Supreme Court may hold the future of Affirmative Action in its hands

    WGBH - 10/05/2015

    As the U.S. Supreme Court begins its new term today, memories of its last historic term (same sex marriage legalized, the existence of Obamacare reaffirmed) are still vivid. The Court’s docket does not seem as laden with heavy, monumental issues as last year’s.  But there is no shortage of compelling issues.  Here are a few cases to look out for:

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