Wednesday, February 23, 2005

United States Supreme Court bars racial discrimination in prisons!

In a controversial decision, the US Supreme Court held Wednesday that prisons may not temporarily discriminate on the basis of race with respect to its housing of inmates. In Johnson v. California, the high Court held that racial classifications for prisoners who had recently been transferred to a new prison must be subjected to strict scrutiny, as all governmental racial classifications must be after Adarand.

The Court threw out California's current system, see full text of opinion below:

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