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Requiring a light for night bicycling is not unconstitutional
- 92 Constitutional Law
- 92XXIV Privileges or Immunities; Emoluments
- 92XXIV(B) Privileges and Immunities of Citizens of the United States
- 92XXIV(B)2 Particular Issues and Applications
- 92k2920In General
A city ordinance requiring bicycles on the streets after dark to be equipped with a sufficient light is not contrary to Const. U.S. art. 14, § 1, forbidding a state to abridge any of the privileges or immunities of citizens.
City of Des Moines v. Keller, 88 N.W. 827, (Iowa, 1902)
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