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April 23, 2014 6:48 PM

Our View: Decision retires one inequality tool; we have others

Laws that guarantee every citizen’s right to an equal chance always will be necessary in our nation or any nation that makes the rights of the minority equal to those of the majority. The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Michigan voters have a right to eliminate race as a factor in state college admissions. That doesn’t necessarily impair the rights of the minority, but it proves we need new tools to protect them.

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