Michigan Overwhelmingly Adopts Ban on Affirmative-Action Preferences

Foes of the ballot measure vow to keep fighting while supporters eye new fronts

November 17, 2006

Michigan promises to again be the focus of intense legal wrangling over affirmative action as a result of last week's passage of a state ballot proposal that bans public colleges and other state agencies from using preferences to promote diversity.

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