Six months ago, a federal judge ruled Fulton County’s affirmative action plan unconstitutional-something county attorneys don’t want jurors to hear as the case’s next phase begins.

The county is pleading with U.S. District Judge Thomas W. Thrash Jr. not to admit his June ruling into evidence for the second half of the civil rights case that challenges the Fulton program.

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