What the Supreme Court Could Learn from California's Prop 209

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Today, the US Supreme Court was asked once again to consider banning affirmative action in admissions to public colleges and universities nationwide. California is already there. It's been a laboratory for eliminating race-based admissions since Prop 209 was passed by the voters in 1996. We hear what the justices wanted to know from lawyers for both sides today, and talk with African American students at UCLA -- before and after Prop 209 went into effect.

Also on the program, will state officials protect the Central Valley from uranium in the drinking water?

Photo: UCLA Fund



Warren Olney