The California Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to settle a question that has nettled cities ever since the passage of Proposition 209:
Does the anti-affirmative action initiative also ban minority outreach programs — programs that merely seek to encourage minorities to apply for public contracts, without actually giving them a leg up in the bidding process?
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