Michigan’s attorney general told Megyn Kelly Monday he is confident the Supreme Court will uphold his state’s controversial voter-approved amendment that outlaws any consideration of race in college admissions, a decade after the justices ruled affirmative action was constitutional.
Attorney General Bill Schuette said on “The Kelly File” the amendment ensures that “the only thing we are discriminating against in Michigan is discrimination itself.”
Detractors denounce the amendment as a provision that would “make Jim Crow proud,” and cite the fact that black and Latino enrollment at the University of Michigan has dropped since the ban took effect as proof it is discriminatory.
Schuette called that argument “nonsense.”
“What we are doing in Michigan is we are embracing Chief Justice Roberts’ famous quote when he said the best way to stop racial discrimination is to stop…
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