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UC Regents Fail to Lift Injunction Barring Use of SAT Scores

The University of California must adhere to a preliminary injunction preventing it from using SAT and ACT scores in admissions decisions for the upcoming cycle after failing to convince a state appeals court Thursday that the order would cause irreparable harm to the school or its applicants.

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Why Nine Justices? Court Packing's History and Future

Since the country’s founding, presidents and congress have sought to shape the Supreme Court in their image.

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