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NEWS ANALYSIS: Amid blockbuster cases, Supreme Court goes right

10:59 AM, Jul. 3, 2013
The Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C.
The Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C.
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Same-sex marriage won the biggest headlines on the last day of the Supreme Court's term, but the two days that preceded it provided the story line.

First came the court's seemingly minimalist decision on college affirmative action programs. After more than eight months of incubation, the ruling kicked the case back to lower federal courts with instructions to scrutinize more closely the University of Texas' system of racial preferences.

Both sides claimed victory, but perhaps only those opposed to affirmative action should have been happy. For the very next day, the court followed a ...

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