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The O’Meara Case and Constitutional Requirements of State Anti-Discrimination Housing Laws

Abstract

Against the backdrop of the highly criticized O’Meara case, this comment explores the possible rational bases a state could use to support a differentiation between publicly-assisted and unassisted home owners. This comment also addresses the question of how substantial that rational bases must be in order to survive the requirements of equal protection

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This paper was published in Duke Law Scholarship Repository.

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