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The Supreme Court is keeping the nation on the age of its collective seat as -- as we all wait for some potential blockbuster decisions.
Two of them on gay marriage a third on the rights of voters.
The justices were scheduled to have all of that wrapped up by today but they didn't hit their deadline.
So they scheduled two more meetings this week to announce more opinions.
This morning the court did rule on a closely watched affirmative action case it's a case that could have affected admissions process is at colleges all across the nation.
But the justices did not settle this issue -- from.
-- and it brings up support for us she's live in DC Shannon.
-- -- at stake whether or not the University of Texas at Austin and potentially every state school in the country.
Can use race as a factor in the admissions process instead of deciding the merits of the case the Supreme Court senate back down to the lower court saying.
-- use the wrong standard when you originally decided this case.
It's very technical but those bottom line is that affirmative action still -- -- And what it means now is at the university will have to meet the highest restrictive standard for our proving that its policy which does -- race actually passes constitutional Muster.
Abigail Fisher is the white applicant who -- when she was refused admission and today she praised the court's decision.
They gave us everything that we asked for us.
And I'm very confident that -- won't be able to use race as a -- In the end this case within a year or two could end up right back at the Supreme Court sat Shannon thank you.
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