Unnoticed by the mainstream media in the flurry of election coverage was a quiet victory in Arizona. There voters approved Proposition 107, which bans racial quotas and other preferences by state government, Arizona thus becomes the fifth state to do so (after California, Michigan, Nebraska, and Washington).
And the vote wasn’t even close — Prop. 107 got nearly 60% of the vote.
I would have hoped that by now every state would have outlawed reverse discrimination (more appropriately characterized as “revenge quotas”). But I try to savor victories as they come.