Three affirmative action cases in Georgia federal courts may share similar emotional and moral issues but-for now-they hinge on very different legal ones.

Respectively, cases against the University of Georgia, the Fulton County government and the Atlanta city government feature new states’ rights arguments, lawyer disqualification motions and, according to one plaintiff’s attorney, the time-honored tactic of delay.

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