Keyes v. School Dist. No. One,
396 U.S. 1215 (1969)

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Keyes v. School Dist. No. One, 396 U.S. 1215 (1969)

Keyes v. School District No. One, Denver, Colorado

Decided August 29, 1969

396 U.S. 1215


Application for vacation of Court of Appeals' stay of preliminary injunction entered by District Court that had the effect of requiring partial implementation of a school desegregation plan is granted, the Court of Appeals' order is vacated, and the District Court's order is directed to be reinstated. A district court's order granting a preliminary injunction should not be disturbed by a reviewing court unless the grant was an abuse of discretion, which the Court of Appeals did not find here. Nor does the desire to develop public support for the desegregation plan that the Court of Appeals manifested constitute justification for delay in the plan's implementation.

See: 303 F.Supp. 279 and 289.

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