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Massachusetts governor Maura Healey, a Democrat, has appointed a panel to consider what the state should do if the Supreme Court, as expected, bans affirmative action.

The Advisory Council for the Advancement of Representation in Education will work to assure that “Massachusetts will always be open, welcoming, and inclusive of students of color and other students typically underrepresented in higher education.”

Healy is also making MEFA Pathway, an online college- and career-planning resource, available for free to all current students in Massachusetts through a comprehensive outreach campaign.