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Wednesdoy, June 25, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Thirteen

Wednesday, June 25, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen

High Court lets cities annex voters

WASHINGTON (M) --The Su-
preme Court gave cities broad
latitude to make annexations
which increase the proportion of
whites yesterday in their pop-
ulation.
In a 5-3 decision, the court
held that a 1970 annexation by
Richmond, Va., coupled with a
switch to a ward system of vot-
ing, did not discriminate against
black voters.
THE ANNEXATION made
Richmond's population 58 per
cent white. It had been 48 per
cent white.
Four of the nine wards creat-
ed for city council voting have
clear black majorities. Four
have substantial white majori-
ties and the ninth is 59 per cent
white.

"In our view, such a plan does square miles annexed from the
not undervalue the black adjoining Chesterfield County.
strength in the community after On this point, it ordered the
annexation," said the court. three-judge court to conduct fur-
"We hold that the annexation in ther proceedings.
this context does not have the RICHMOND has not held a
effect of denying or abridging city council election since 1970
the right to vote." because of the annexation dis-
pute.
THE justices said a three- In other actions, the h i g h
judge district court in R i C h- court:
mond was wrong in ruling that -Ruled 6 to 3 that- the gov-
the annexation discriminated ernment may not use the Clay-
against blacks despite the ton Antitrust Act to break up a
change in the voting system. merger unless both firms are
Richmond formerly elected its directly involved in interstate
city councilmen at large. commerce.
The court also said that the -Ruled 7 to 2 that the gov-
three-judge panel failed to con- ernment can keep certaix re-
sider the evidence adequately cords of airline safety investi-
before deciding the city had not gations secret despite the Free-
shown it had valid, nonracial dom of Information Act.
grounds for retaining the 23 -Held by a 5-4 vote that fed-

eral courts generally may not
interfere with state prosecutions
even if the federal complaint is
filed first, as long as no sub-
stantive proceedings have taken
place before the state charge is
filed.
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