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Ninth Circuit Upholds Oakland City Ordinances Aimed at Cleaning Up Area Hotels
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Hotel & Motel Ass’n of Oakland v. City of Oakland
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of plaintiff’s, Hotel & Motel Association of Oakland (Hotel Association), challenges to two City of Oakland ordinances based on takings, procedural due process, equal protection and vagueness.
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9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Hotel & Motel Association of Oakland v. City of Oakland