The Supreme Court handed down their decision yesterday in the highly-anticipated college admissions case, Fischer v. University of Texas (UT). However the Court provided no new legal interpretation of the constitutionality of the usage of race as a consideration in admissions and instead sent the case back to a lower court of appeals, on the basis that they had erred in their original ruling. The Fischer case challenged the constitutionality of UT’s admissions practices.
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