No. You're still wrong.
In 1980, before Reagan signed that bill, there were already a population of 14.8 million legal Hispanics in the US. There are now over 60 million.
You're linking of the 3 million is irrelevant as they would only account for a maximum of 9 million (assuming the same...
Nope. They vote for their benefits. Serfs. Democrats believe you solve poverty by chucking money at it. Which doesn't work.
Legal immigrants or descendants of those are more financially independent so they are freer in their vote.
To believe the two groupings vote the same is asinine.
Wrong. There is no conflict. They could make such an amendment as it was the First Circuit Court of Appeals, not the SCOTUS, that found in favour of Harvard. That ruling is limited to only those districts.
The court actually said they discriminate.
Forced diversity is a horrible notion...
Walks like a duck...