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What has the Supreme Court ruled concerning affirmative action in college admissions decisions?

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John Smith

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Answered Sep 08, 2016

That affirmative action is permissible, and race can be taken into account in making admissions decisions.-c. since the bakke case, the supreme court has allowed affirmative action. however, they have states that there cannot be quotas or adding a specific number of points to a minoritys application. the latter was a focus of the university of michigan affirmative action decisions (gratz v. bollinger and grutter v. bollinger) d. is not correct because the court did not limit affirmative action to simply encourage applicants; it can be used as a factor in making decisions. in the two university of michigan cases cited (those involving bollinger), the supreme court

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