College Admissions, Police Searches, and Gay Marriage on the Docket

April 2013
Supreme Court Debates;Apr2013, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p4
The article presents updates on key cases related to discrimination and police searches that were granted certiorari by the U.S. Supreme Court. The decided cases include Fisher v. University of Texas where the issue is whether race is a factor in determining undergraduate admissions violates the Fourteenth Amendment. Florida v. Jardines was also granted certiorari and at issue to be decided is whether a narcotics dog sniff constitutes a search that requires probable cause.


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