Columbus Bd. of Ed. v. Penick,
439 U.S. 1348 (1978)

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Columbus Bd. of Ed. v. Penick, 439 U.S. 1348 (1978)

Columbus Board of Education v. Penick

No. A-134

Decided August 11, 1978

439 U.S. 1348


Application for stay, pending consideration of a petition for certiorari, of Court of Appeals' judgment and mandate affirming an extensive desegregation order for the Columbus, Ohio, public school system is granted, where it appears that such order will place severe burdens, financial and otherwise, on the school system and the community in general and that it is likely that four Justices of the Court will vote to grant certiorari.

See: 583 F.2d 787.

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