Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States Case Services

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1. Should the Supreme Court overrule the district court decision that the Civil Rights act of 1964 be deemed unconstitutional due to Heart of Atlanta Motel’s allegations?

2. Issue

2.1. The entity refues to rent room to the blanks

2.2. Heart of america sued the united state

3. Rule

3.1. The Civil Rights act of 1964 prohibits racial discrimination in any industry that promotes/participates in interstate commerce.

3.2. 5th Amenmdnet

3.3. 13 Amendment

4. Conclusion

4.1. The article shows that the motel clearly was participating in interstate commerce, and they were still discriminating against African Americans.

4.2. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 did not violate the Constitution.

5. Application

5.1. No. The motel is clearly in violation of the ruling, and there is nothing wrong with allowing all people to have equal opportunity when choosing where to stay.

5.2. Plaintiff

5.2.1. The cinvital right act violated the 13tj amendment by forcing "involumtaru servititute"

5.3. Defendent

5.3.1. The 13th amendment involves slavery and does discriminate in public beyond the reat

5.4. Court

5.4.1. The US Supreme Court rules in favor f the united States upholding the rulig and inkuction filed by the US discrict court

6. Impact

6.1. United States v. Lopez (1995)

6.1.1. High-school student brought gun on school campus

7. Fact

7.1. Heart of Atlanta Motors

7.2. The united states governemtn