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November 08, 2006


By Ted Frank

There are some bright lights out there: The Michigan Civil Rights Initiative (Prop 2), the analogue to California's Prop 209, barring race preferences by public institutions, passed 58-42.

In even better news, Mike Cox defended his Attorney General incumbency by a 54-43 margin over his trial-lawyer opponent. Cox had been targeted by no less a personage than Eliot Spitzer himself.

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