Tuesday, November 12, 2013

CRL&P Daily Reads: Nov. 12, 2013

Fifth Circuit prepares to hear arguments over another University of Texas admissions policy that considers race.

Supreme Court could hear challenge to New Mexico Supreme Court's decision requiring a photography company to offer its services to gay couples.

WaPo's Cilizza details the places from which most of the country's campaign cash comes.

Cleveland tears down a school that was the focus of civil rights protests, a place where one protester died.

Guardian asks whether schools named after Confederate soldiers should change their names.

Angolan officials arrest five women on suspicion of being lesbians.



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