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Cookies and Controversy


College Republicans at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte are selling their message to the public.
 
The group held an affirmative action bake sale yesterday where cookies and other treats are being sold at different prices based on their colors and shapes reports News 14 Carolina.

The college GOP was joined by Vernon Robinson — a congressional candidate — in their protest of affirmative action policies. Nathan Shore tells News 14, "It no longer works. It inaccurately pairs students with schools and thus leads to lower dropout rates and GPAs for minorities and that has a ripple effect for society."

College Republicans at UNC-Charlotte were one of several conservative groups across the country that affirmative action bake sales yesterday according to the report.