Appeals Court Rejected Case Challenging Harvard's Affirmative Action Policy

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A appeals court has rejected a case challenging Harvard's affirmative action policy.

The case was initiated by a group of Asian American students who felt the university's policy disproportionately benefited Black and Hispanic students. Judge Sandra Lynch wrote the ruling for the appellate panel and found the university's "limited use of race" in its admissions practices didn't violate the precedent set by the Supreme Court.

Edward Blum, president of Students for Fair Admissions filed the lawsuit in November of 2014. He was the one behind Abigail Fisher's case against the University of Texas in 2016. Fischer was a teenager who thought her whiteness was the reason she didn't get into the school.

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