Ethnic Studies Course Restrictions Lifted after Court Issues Complicated, Twisted Ruling

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College Fix reported:

“The Student Press Law Center reports that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the ethnic-studies law could be challenged as “government-sanctioned viewpoint discrimination” and was “overly broad in violation of the Due Process Clause,” because it banned courses “designed primarily for pupils of a particular ethnic group.””

“(Some Republican lawmakers said that particular course taught Latino students they were historically subjugated and taught them to “hate other races,” according to an Atlanticprofile.)”