The Fourteenth Amendment’s Privileges or Immunities Clause resurfaces in the Seventh Circuit, where the State of Indiana treated some newcomers differently from some long-time residents. Meanwhile, an Arkansas school district augments a consent decree from the days of school desegregation. But there’s a question of whether it did so for the right reasons.

Hope v. Commissioner of Indiana Department of Correction,
Junction City School District v. Arkansas Department of Education,
Saenz v. Roe,
Justin Pearson,
Robert Peccola,
Anthony Sanders,

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