Drummond v. Acree,
409 U.S. 1228 (1972)

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Drummond v. Acree, 409 U.S. 1228 (1972)

Drummond v. Acree

No. A-250 (72-167)

Decided September 1, 1972

409 U.S. 1228


Where the lower courts held that an order for the transportation of students was entered to accomplish desegregation of the elementary school system of Augusta, Georgia, an application for stay premised solely on that portion of § 803 of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibiting effectuation of an order for student busing to achieve a racial balance among students until all appeals have been exhausted is denied.

See: 458 F.2d 486.

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