Business leaders in the Triangle have formed the Triangle Diversity Business Council to help area companies become much more intentional about their diversity efforts.
The News & Observer
"This is an important issue that people are interested in. The (Supreme Court) isn't going to want to have conflict on this issue for very long," says Katharine Bartlett, a Duke law professor and former dean at the school.
The standoff has echoes of the federal government’s battle with states over desegregation more than half a century ago, when school systems across the South refused to follow the landmark 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education court order that they desegregate -- until the federal government threatened to cut off education funds, says Jane Wettach, an education law expert.
The Los Angeles Times