Hayakawa v. Brown,
415 U.S. 1304 (1974)

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Hayakawa v. Brown, 415 U.S. 1304 (1974)

Hayakawa v. Brown

No. A-839

Decided March 4, 1974

415 U.S. 1304


Application for stay of California Supreme Court's order denying mandamus to require state officials to accept applicant's nomination papers as candidate for the United States Senate, and for order restraining the officials from refusing to accept the papers, is denied, where the application does not disclose whether the state court's denial of mandamus rested on an independent state, rather than a federal, ground.

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