McCarthy v. Philadelphia Civil Svc. Comm'n,
424 U.S. 645 (1976)

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McCarthy v. Philadelphia Civil Svc. Comm'n, 424 U.S. 645 (1976)

McCarthy v. Philadelphia Civil Service Comm'n

No. 75-783

Decided March 22, 1976

424 U.S. 645


Philadelphia municipal regulation requiring city employees to be residents of the city held to be constitutional as a bona fide continuing residence requirement and not to violate the right of interstate travel of appellant, whose employment as a city fireman was terminated under the regulation because he moved his residence from Philadelphia to New Jersey.

19 Pa.Commw. 383, 339 A.2d 634, affirmed.

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