Supreme Court Weighs Affirmative Action Again

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The US Supreme Court has limited affirmative action in past cases, but it’s never banned the practice nationwide. Today’s case provides that opportunity. It was heard by eight of the nine justices. Former Solicitor General of the US Elena Kagen recused herself.


Greg Stohr - Bloomberg News - @GregStohr, Emily Bazelon - staff writer for the New York Times magazine, co-host of Slate’s Political Gabfest podcast, and a fellow at Yale Law School - @EmilyBazelon

Warren Olney