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San Diego Beats Discrimination Suit Over Short Term RV Stay Law

May 21, 2020, 8:22 PM

A San Diego regulation banning long-term stays in local RV parks was upheld in a federal district court, after a judge determined the city had a rational basis for limiting stays and that a proposed class failed to adequately allege civil rights and state law violations.

San Diego residents say they were evicted from their trailer parks as a result of the ordinance, alleging their rights were violated under the equal protection clause, Fair Housing Act, and Americans with Disabilities Act, among others.

The plaintiffs didn’t show that the ordinance wasn’t based on a legitimate, governmental goal, the U.S. District...

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