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University of Texas, will decide whether racial classifications intended to promote student diversity are consistent with the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
IN AUGUST a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that Proposition 8, California's voter-approved ban on gay marriage, violates the 14th Amendment's command that no state may "deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Board of Education of Prince Edward County, the Supreme Court ruled that in shutting its school system, the county had denied black students equal protection of the Laws as guaranteed under the 14th Amendment.
Evans decision the Supreme Court said that singling out a class of persons for exclusion from such basic safeguards violated the Constitution's equal protection clause.
The Mac users may constitute only a small percentage of the scientists, but providing equal protection to all scientists is highly important," explained Todd Krahenbuhl, a network engineer at PNNL and project manager for the Sygate installation.
Constitution and the equal protection clauses of both the U.
Equal protection would provide everyone with a clear code and also the confidence to support families early.
Labour MPs have stepped up demands for a free vote on controversial moves to ban smacking and give children equal protection from assault as adults.
Rather than equal protection under the law, the process is obviously discriminatory.
Board of Education put the weight on government to provide equal protection and opportunity to everyone, a trend that the country is quickly regressing from.
Security, Chartered Benefit Services, Global Contact Services, Infocision Marketing, and the Direct Marketing Association--challenged the FTC in Federal District Court in Oklahoma based on violations of the First Amendment and equal protection rights.
This means that excluding religious schools may violate not one but three separate constitutional provisions: the equal protection clause, the free exercise clause (which protects the free exercise of religion), and the free speech clause.