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Lawsuit: State Of Oregon Denying $62 million in COVID Relief To Those Who Aren’t Black

“It violates the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution that requires that people who are similarly situated be treated similarly,” says James Huffman, professor and dean emeritus at Lewis & Clark Law School

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A lawsuit alleges the Oregon Legislature Emergency Board acted unconstitutionally when it declared that $62 million of a $200 million government fund to help small businesses hit by COVID-19 could only go to black-owned businesses or black families.

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