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Utility Services

The 11th Circuit remanded a dispute brought by the NAACP against the city of LaGrange, Georgia, relating to its requirement that customers satisfy outstanding municipal debts, present a state or federally issued, and have a Social Security number in order to acquire utility services. 

LaGRANGE, Ga. – The 11th Circuit revived the NAACP's lawsuit against the city of LaGrange, Georgia, relating to its policy of denying utility services to customers who cannot present a state or federally issued photo ID and Social Security number, as well as satisfy outstanding municipal debts.

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