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From the Daily:
The Michigan Civil Rights Initiative scored a major victory yesterday when the Michigan Court of Appeals decided to allow the organization’s proposal — which would ban affirmative action in public hiring and college admissions in the state — to appear on the ballot in November 2006.
The Michigan Board of Canvassers had held off on letting the MCRI’s anti-affirmative ballot question onto the 2006 ballot because it felt many signers may not have understood what they were signing. BAMN claimed there was voter fraud.
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