Source: the Detroit Free Press |
November 14, 2013
Detroit City Council members and Mayor Dave Bing were stunned to learn Wednesday that the state is putting a $5-million cap on what it will pay to help restructure city government, even as contracts for law firms and consultants exceed $62 million.
The U.S. Supreme Court sent the case back to the lower court in June, instructing them to apply strict scrutiny — a very high level of review — to the university’s argument for considering the race of some applicants.
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