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Among them are the due process and equal protection clauses and the First Amendment’s ban on government establishment of religion.
The taxi companies argued that the PPA violated the constitution’s equal protection clause by treating two similar businesses differently and by selectively enforcing cab regulations.
The lower court said the map violated the Constitution’s equal protection clause and First Amendment, both of which are at issue in the Wisconsin case argued in October.
The 14th Amendment guarantees equal protection to all while the Voting Rights Act forbids discriminatory voting practices.
The braiders argued in their appeal that law violates the Constitution’s equal protection clause by treating different professionals similarly.
But, for the first time ever, that federal court ruled that partisan gerrymandering violated the 14th Amendment’s guarantee of equal protection.
Those include preparing them for productive citizenship with accessible educational opportunities, safe communities and equal protection of the law.
This concept of equal protection recognizes that our country’s strength comes from honoring, not weaponizing, the diversity that springs from being a nation of Native Americans and immigrants of different races, religions and nationalities.
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