A recent United States Supreme Court decigion upheld a Detroit zoning ordinance on equal protection grounds even though the ordinance regulated free speech. The article examines the traditional equal protection analyses and the relationship between the first amendment and equal protection clause. Although he agrees with the Court's decision, the author is critical of the Court's failure to explicitly delineate its standards of review in equal protection cases.
Equal Protection and the First Amendment: Zoning Away Skid Row,
31 U. Miami L. Rev.
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