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After mediation fails, college segregation case returns to 4th Circuit

Litigation over segregation at Maryland's colleges will return to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after six months of court-ordered mediation failed. The 4th Circuit in January ordered the parties, the Maryland Higher Education Commission and a coalition representing the state's historically black institutions, or HBIs, to meet with a mediator. The court reasoned the case ...

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