Entries by 1851 Center for Constitutional Law

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COAST v. City of Cincinnati

In May 2009, the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law filed, in Federal Court, a motion to restrain the City of Cincinnati and its agents from harassing citizens who are demanding that the City put its $200 million trolley project to a vote. The Motion argues the City consistently threatens petitioners who gather signatures for causes […]

Toledo Planning Commission and Private Schools

In December 2008, the 1851 Center issued a legal notice to the Toledo City Council and the Toledo Planning Commission advising that, if the City passed an ordinance applying “Minimum School Facilities Requirements” to private schools, the 1851 Center would pursue litigation. The requirements would have unconstitutionally restricted the growth, facilities, and curricula of existing […]