Victory Against Racism and Discrimination! Michigan Voters Approve Proposal 2 November 8, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in affirmative action, ballot, ban, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discrimination, Michigan, Racism, racism and discrimination, Racist, Victory.
Michigan voters decided Tuesday that race and gender should not be factors in deciding who gets into public universities or who gets hired for government work.
By approving Proposal 2, Michigan becomes the third state in the past decade—joining California and Washington—to ban some types of affirmative action programs.
With 69 percent of precincts reporting, 59 percent, or 1,387,621 people voted “yes” on Proposal 2, and 41 percent, or 978,598 voters, were opposed.
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