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Ninth Circuit Finds San Diego's Sale of Property, Containing a 43-foot High Cross, Did Not Violate the No Preference Clause of the California Constitution.
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Paulson v. City of San Diego,
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed the United States District Court for the Southern District of California's decision that the City of San Diego's sale of a parcel of land on Mount Soledad, bearing a cross, to a private veterans memorial association did not violate the California Constitution's "No Preference" Clause.
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Paulson v. City of San Diego