Shaw v. Reno (1993)

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09-06-2018

Case issue: Did the North Carolina residents’ claim that the 1990 redistricting plan discriminated on the basis of race raise a valid constitutional issue under the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause?

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  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by mindy davis on Aug 22nd 2018

    Street Law's court cases synopses are incredibly helpful in giving my Government and Politics students the tools to learn the newly required court cases. The thoughtful treatment of the cases in a manner that is accessible to high school students is invaluable and has saved me so much time.