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Unformatted text preview: appellant's restaurant originated out of state, Congress could, under the Commerce Clause, outlaw racial segregation in this privately-owned business. They didn’t even base their decision on the Civil Rights Act alone! That really blew me away! 9. 10. Yes, Ellis was entitled to a hearing because his employer was in violation of due process; the right for Ellis to hear the evidence against him. Predisiplinary hearing? 11. No, it is not constitutional because the law was originally aimed at “hippies”. There are many unrelated persons living together, an example would be homosexuals and to deny them food stamps would be unconstitutional. 12. 13. I believe that the cable company is correct and should be protected by the equal protection clause. 14....
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- Spring '09
- Business Law Chapter, outlaw racial segregation, Illinois Consumer Fraud, state law rules