DIDN'T THE JUDGES VOTE ON TUESDAY?:

Michigan voters approve banning some affirmative action programs (TIM MARTIN, 11/08/06, The Associated Press)

Courts could play a major role in figuring out the effects of Michigan’s Proposal 2, a voter-approved measure to end race and gender preferences in some government and public university affirmative action programs.

With 98 percent of precincts reporting early Wednesday, 58 percent, or 2,090,066 people voted “yes” on Proposal 2, and 42 percent, or 1,519,942 voters, were opposed.

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