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  • not sure what to think
  • Change of this kind to root takes a long time, so i would argue to maintain legal protections. Look what happened when the voting rights act of 65 was weakened. Loooong lines in Arizona when they went from 200 polling places to 70 in the 2016 primary.
  • First of all, the gender pay gap is a fallicy. Those arguing that it's still there do not take into account all the factors involved in determining that. Second, you don't fix the past discrimination of others by discriminating against someone else. Affirmative actions only says that minorities are not good enough and need quotas to help them.

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