In 2016, the court ruled 4–3 in support of the University of Texas admissions program in the face of a challenge made by a white woman.
Since that time, the court has changed due to appointments made by then-President Donald Trump, including three conservative justices.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in 2020, and Justice Anthony Kennedy retired in 2018. Both were members of that four-justice majority on the court.
Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Clarence Thomas, and Justice Samuel Alito remain on the court as dissenters in the case… KEEP READING…
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