Fisher vs University of Texas w/ Ramona Maboob on Phone

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Published on Nov 15, 2012

Fisher v University of Texas Austin - Abigail Fisher is a young white woman now in her early 20s who applied to the University of Texas. She was denied admission after an exhaustive admissions process and a final decision. Fisher then sued the University of Texas on the basis of her race being a bar to admission. She seeks redress under the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution. Her case reached the United States Supreme Court and was granted Certiorari earlier this year. The 14th Amendment provides Fisher with equal protection under the law. Abigalil Fisher Vs University of Texas case with Ramona Maboob on the phone talks about college cases and admissions problems. Fisher's case has made the Supreme Court citing the 14th Amendment and Equal Rights under the law.

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