The next election won’t just decide the future of reproductive rights, it will decide if the 20th century can be repealed
Abigail Fisher was denied admission to the University of Texas, a school that’s more selective than Harvard, because her academic record wasn’t good enough.
She sued because a handful of minority students along with 42 white students were granted special admission and she wasn’t. Now she wants to help end any programs that seek to increase diversity are ended in public institutions. And she may well win.
When news broke that Justice Antonin Scalia had wondered aloud during the arguments if black students would be better served at “less advanced schools” — a question he didn’t pose about Abigail Fisher —
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