Supreme Court takes up cases challenging affirmative action in college admissions

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The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up two cases challenging college admission policies that consider the race of student applicants.

The lawsuits against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina argue that the admissions policies engage in “racial balancing” and discriminate against Asian-American applicants.

The Supreme Court in an order list combined the two cases, which were both brought by the group Students for Fair Admissions, and allotted one hour for oral argument.

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