University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Watlington v. City of McCrory"
Date Jan 5, 2017
Author Equal Justice Under Law
External Link https://equaljusticeunderlaw.org/case-buffin-v-san-francisco-1
Abstract Equal Justice Under Law is arguing defendants banish from the city those who are too poor to live in homes worth $7 ,500 or more.

In September of 2016, the City of McCrory Arkansas passed a Trailer-Banishment Ordinance, forbidding anyone within the city limits from residing in a mobile home or trailer worth less than $7,500. Those whose homes do not qualify must either move outside McCrory or pay fines of up to $500 per day.

Source Equal Justice Under Law


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case Watlington v. City of McCrory (FH-AR-0001)

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