Wise v. LipscombAnnotate this Case
434 U.S. 1329 (1977)
U.S. Supreme Court
Wise v. Lipscomb, 434 U.S. 1329 (1977)
Wise v. Lipscomb
Decided August 30, 1977
434 U.S. 1329
Application for stay of the Court of Appeals' judgment directing the District Court to require the exclusive use of single-member districts in the election of the Dallas, Tex., City Council, and for recall of the mandate, pending review by this Court, is granted, where it appears that there is a reasonable probability that at least four Members of this Court will vote to grant certiorari, and that, if a stay is not granted, the issues would become moot and the incumbent City Council's capacity to function effectively might be impaired.
See: 551 F. d 1043.
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