Department of Justice says Yale discriminates against whites and Asians

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The Ivy League university denied that its admissions process breached Supreme Court rulings.
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Published on August 14, 2020 -  01:28
Feds Say Yale University Discriminates Against Asian, White Applicants
The Justice Department released its findings on Thursday. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports

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