Late in the year, three species of owls can be heard nightly in wooded areas. Justice Douglas stated that he would have found under the reasoning from Burton that there was state action in the termination of electric service under the lax regulation of the public utility by the state.
See generally Moose Lodge No. Quimbee is a company hell-bent on one thing: Encompassed within this policy is the State's determination not to permit governmental competition with the selected private company, but to cooperate with and regulate the company in a multitude of ways to ensure that the company's service will be the functional equivalent of service provided by the State.
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In the South Carolina case, Briggs v. PUC, but simply assumed state action for the purposes of evaluating the constitutional questions.
I conclude from the testimony that, in our Delaware society, State-imposed segregation in education itself results in the Negro children, as a class, receiving educational opportunities which are substantially inferior to those available to white children otherwise similarly situated.
Newton, supra, at U. Brooklyn Law School, F. Congress never authorized the use of the lake as a water supply. As our subsequent discussion in Burton made clear, the dispositive question in any state action case is not whether any single fact or relationship presents a sufficient degree of state involvement, but rather whether the aggregate of all relevant factors compels a finding of state responsibility.
In the Cummin case, Negro taxpayers sought an injunction requiring the defendant school board to discontinue the operation of a high school for white children until the board resumed operation of a high school for Negro children. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.
The impact is greater when it has the sanction of the law, for the policy of separating the races is usually interpreted as denoting the inferiority of the negro group. See also Virginia v. Oklahoma State Regents, U. Justice Brennan, and Mr.Catherine Jackson had received electricity from Metropolitan Edison at her home.
Her service was terminated in September due to a lack of payment. This item represents a case in PACER, the U.S. Government's website for federal case data.
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