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Quinn v. Illinois

In most of Illinois, school boards are elected. In Chicago, the mayor appoints the board. Plaintiffs: Which deprives Chicago residents of their right to vote, disproportionately affecting blacks and Hispanics. Seventh Circuit: Neither a violation of the Equal Protection Clause or the Voting Rights Act.


Tags: 2018, Equal Protection, Fourteenth Amendment, Seventh Circuit, Voting Rights, Voting Rights Act

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