Case: Gautreaux v. HUD [Weaver, Romney, Hills, etc.]

01:66-cv-01460 | U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois

Filed Date: Aug. 9, 1966

Closed Date: Aug. 26, 1997

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Case Summary

This Clearinghouse record deals with the federal defendant component of this complex public housing desegregation case. Filed in 1966, this part of the case ended in 1997--but the consolidated lawsuit against the Chicago Housing Authority is still ongoing as of 2022. In combination, the consolidated litigation is one of the most significant housing desegregation cases ever, leading to the nation's first desegregative housing mobility voucher program. In collaboration with BPI, the organization …

This Clearinghouse record deals with the federal defendant component of this complex public housing desegregation case. Filed in 1966, this part of the case ended in 1997--but the consolidated lawsuit against the Chicago Housing Authority is still ongoing as of 2022. In combination, the consolidated litigation is one of the most significant housing desegregation cases ever, leading to the nation's first desegregative housing mobility voucher program.

In collaboration with BPI, the organization that represented the plaintiffs in this case, the Clearinghouse has acquired and posted the full litigation record -- over 2100 documents, all told. A handful "core" documents are set to display here; if you click on "show more" you'll see several dozen more. Hundreds more are displayed in the record for the companion case. The rest are archived in a google folder.


On August 9, 1966, six Black tenants of Chicago public housing projects filed a class-action complaint against the Housing Assistance Administration, an agency within the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This case was filed the same day as Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority, in which the same plaintiffs alleged that the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) built public housing projects only in predominantly Black neighborhoods, resulting in further entrenchment of Chicago’s segregated housing pattern. The plaintiffs alleged that this practice discriminated against them in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment by physically isolating Black Chicagoans and inhibiting their access to social benefits–such as education–that were enjoyed by white Chicagoans. They also alleged discriminatory waiting list/leasing practices. In this case against HUD, the plaintiffs sought to also hold the federal government liable because HUD provided the CHA with funding for construction of housing. The plaintiffs alleged that the Department violated the Fifth Amendment’s Due Process Clause (which guarantees equal protection in federal government practices), as well as the Civil Rights Act of 1964, by funding CHA’s racially discriminatory housing program. 

The plaintiffs sought to certify a class of approximately 43,000 Black Chicagoans who lived in or had applied to Chicago public housing. They wanted to enjoin the Department from making future federal funding available to the CHA that would be used to support racially discriminatory housing practices. When the case was filed, lead counsel Alex Polikoff appeared as a cooperating attorney for the ACLU--he soon joined Chicago's BPI (Business and Professional People for the Public Interest), which has provided plaintiffs' class representation to the present. 

The case against HUD was stayed on June 16, 1967. Judge Austin determined that the HUD and CHA cases raised identical issues and decided to litigate those issues in the case against the CHA without duplicating efforts in this case.

After CHA lost on summary judgment, and a judgment order against it was entered in 1969, the stay was lifted in 1970. HUD promptly filed a motion to dismiss. Judge Austin granted HUD’s motion on September 1, 1970. But the Seventh Circuit reversed this decision on September 10, 1971. 448 F.2d 731. The Court held that the equitable relief from the federal government might differ from the injunctive relief secured against CHA, and that the cases were meaningfully different. Therefore, adjudication of the case against the CHA did not moot the case against HUD. As to the merits, the Seventh Circuit held that HUD had violated the Fifth Amendment's Due Process Clause. HUD's Secretary could be held liable for these violations because he played a significant role in the construction of Chicago public housing, the system which resulted from the federal funds was racially discriminatory, and the Secretary was aware of the racially discriminatory practices. The Seventh Circuit remanded the HUD case back to the district court to determine the appropriate equitable relief, but cautioned the district court against excessive interference with federal programs–the Seventh Circuit noted that a “simple ‘best efforts’ clause” might be sufficient to remedy the wrongs. 

On November 11, 1971, the district court enjoined HUD from providing approximately $26,000,000 to the City of Chicago as part of the Model Cities Program, unless the City certified with the district court that 700 units had been identified and processed in a non-discriminatory manner. After the two cases were officially consolidated on November 26, 1971, the Seventh Circuit reversed this decision on March 8, 1972. 457 F.2d 124. The Seventh Circuit found that the Model Cities Program–which authorizes the HUD  Secretary to provide federal funds to cities to benefit low-income people–was not tainted by the racially discriminatory practices exhibited by the City of Chicago. Although part of its funds went toward housing, the Model Cities Program was also intended to subsidize other social and educational programs for low-income families. Therefore, although the district court’s efforts to force the City of Chicago to create additional housing in predominantly-white areas was “laudable,” the Seventh Circuit held that it was an abuse of discretion because the district court failed to consider the interest of other poor people who would be harmed by the withholding of these federal funds. The Seventh Circuit remanded the case back to the district court. The plaintiffs asked for a rehearing en banc, but this request was denied.

Because the two cases were consolidated, all ensuing litigation is documented in the companion Clearinghouse entry, for Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority.

That includes the momentous Supreme Court case, which Hills v. Gautreaux, 425 U.S. 284 (1976), in which the Supreme Court found that HUD, unlike the suburban schools in Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (1974) (the Detroit school desegregation case), had violated the Constitution and therefore a region-wide equitable remedy could be imposed against the federal agency. 

In the consolidated action, in May 1997, HUD moved to terminate the consent decree that applied to it, because the decree's primary goal had been met: 7,100 public housing units had been created in predominantly-white areas. On August 26, 1997, Judge Aspen agreed that HUD’s obligations under the consent decree had ended.

The CHA part of the consolidated case, however, remains ongoing as of June 2022. (Again, see Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority for post-1972 litigation.)

Summary Authors

Justin Hill (6/22/2022)

Related Cases

Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority, Northern District of Illinois (1966)

Documents in the Clearinghouse

Document

Complaint filed.

Aug. 9, 1966

Aug. 9, 1966

None

Order and Memorandum Opinion sustaining HUD motion to dismiss and dismissing complaint.

Sept. 1, 1970

Sept. 1, 1970

None

Opinion and order of Court of Appeals holding HUD liable, September 10, 1971 (448 F. 2d 731).

U. S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Sept. 10, 1971

Sept. 10, 1971

None

71-01073

Opinion

Gautreaux v. Romney

U. S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Sept. 10, 1971

Sept. 10, 1971

Order/Opinion

Order of district court granting summary judgment against HUD and enjoining payment of Model Cities funds.

Nov. 11, 1971

Nov. 11, 1971

None

Transcript for Oral Argument in Supreme Court.

Supreme Court of the United States

Jan. 20, 1976

Jan. 20, 1976

None

Opinion of the Supreme Court authorizing metropolitan relief and affirming the judgment of Court of Appeals remanding case to District Court, April 20, 1976 (425 U.S. 284, 96 S. Ct. 1538, 47 L. Ed. 2d 792).

Supreme Court of the United States

April 20, 1976

April 20, 1976

None

74-01047

[Opinion of the Court]

Hills v. Gautreaux

Supreme Court of the United States

April 20, 1976

April 20, 1976

Order/Opinion

Resources

Docket

See docket on RECAP: https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/8634446/gautreaux-v-weaver/

Last updated Aug. 20, 2022, 3 a.m.

ECF Number Description Date Link Date / Link
67

REPLY brief in support of Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/13/2021)

March 13, 1970

March 13, 1970

PACER
52

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin on motion of defendant leave to file instanter Third Affidavit of Don Morrow in further support of defendants' pending motion to dismiss or for Summary Judgment (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/13/2021)

June 12, 1970

June 12, 1970

PACER
53

MINUTE entry: Pursuant to the Court's memo filed this day deft's motion to dismiss is sustd. and the complaint is dismissed. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/13/2021)

Sept. 1, 1970

Sept. 1, 1970

PACER
54

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: For the reasons given in the Court's memo dated Sept. 1, 1970 this action is dismissed. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 21, 1970

Oct. 21, 1970

PACER
55

FINAL ORDER: This matter coming on to be heard on the presentations of the parties, and the Court being fully advised IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that for the reasons given in the Court's Memorandum dated September 1, 1970, the action be and the same is hereby dismissed. Signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 21, 1970

Oct. 21, 1970

PACER
56

NOTICE of Appeal (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 29, 1970

Oct. 29, 1970

PACER
57

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin regarding stipulation to extend time with which to transmit record on appeal to Court of Appeals. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Dec. 8, 1970

Dec. 8, 1970

PACER
58

ORDER: This cause coming on to be heard upon the Stipulation of the parties, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the time within which the plaintiffs-appellants shall cause the record on appeal to be transmitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit is hereby extended to the 27th day of January, 1971. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Dec. 8, 1970

Dec. 8, 1970

PACER
59

MOTION pursuant to Rule 62(c) of the Rules of Civil Procedure for the United States District Court and Rule 8(a) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure for an order to preserve the status quo pending a hearing (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 17, 1971

Sept. 17, 1971

PACER
60

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Cause continued to September 21, 1971 for hearing on party's motion filed September 17, 1971 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 17, 1971

Sept. 17, 1971

PACER
61

MOTION of City of Chicago for leave to intervene with respect to Plaintiffs motion for an order to preserve the status quo pending a hearing (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 20, 1971

Sept. 20, 1971

PACER
62

OBJECTIONS to Plaintiffs motion for an order to preserve the status quo pending a hearing (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 20, 1971

Sept. 20, 1971

PACER
63

OBJECTIONS to Plaintiffs' motion pursuant to Rule 62(c) of the Rules of Civil Procedure and Rule 8(a) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure for an order to preserve the status quo pending a hearing (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Additional attachment(s) added on 5/14/2021: # 1 Objections to Plaintiffs' motion pursuant to Rule 62(c) of the Rules of Civil Procedure and Rule 8(a) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure for an order to preserve the status quo pending a hearing) (bg, ). (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 20, 1971

Sept. 20, 1971

PACER
64

AFFIDAVIT evidencing compliance with General Rule 39 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 21, 1971

Sept. 21, 1971

PACER
65

PETITION for leave to intervene as party defendant (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 21, 1971

Sept. 21, 1971

PACER
66

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Motion of Central Advisory Council for leave to intervene herein as party defendant is granted. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 21, 1971

Sept. 21, 1971

PACER
68

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Further evidence heard for Plaintiffs - Plaintiffs rest - Motion defendants for fndg taken under advisement - Defendants' evidence heard in part - Hearing adjourned to Sept. 23, 1971. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 22, 1971

Sept. 22, 1971

PACER
69

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Further evidence heard for defendants - Defendant City of Chicago rests - Motion for defendant City of Chicago to strike taken under advisement - Further evidence heard for co-defendants - Hearing adjourned to September 24, 1971. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 23, 1971

Sept. 23, 1971

PACER
70

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Further evidence heard for defendants - Government rests - Further evidence heard for defendants - Defendant C.H.A. rests - Further evidence heard for defendants - Chgo. Advisory Council rests - All parties rest - Arguments heard and continued - Cause take under advisement - Decision deferred to October 1, 1971 at 10:00 A.M. Leave to C.H.A. and City of Chicago to intervene as parties defendant for the purpose of this hearing. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Sept. 24, 1971

Sept. 24, 1971

PACER
71

MEMORANDUM OPINION: Signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 1, 1971

Oct. 1, 1971

PACER
72

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter injunction order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 1, 1971

Oct. 1, 1971

PACER
73

ORDER: Signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 1, 1971

Oct. 1, 1971

PACER
74

NOTICE of Appeal (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 13, 1971

Oct. 13, 1971

PACER
75

NOTICE of Appeal (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 13, 1971

Oct. 13, 1971

PACER
76

NOTICE of Appeal (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Oct. 13, 1971

Oct. 13, 1971

PACER
77

MOTION for Order pending final judgment (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 11, 1971

Nov. 11, 1971

PACER
78

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 11, 1971

Nov. 11, 1971

PACER
79

ORDER: Signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 11, 1971

Nov. 11, 1971

PACER
80

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Leave to Chicago Housing Authority, City of Chicago and Central Advisory Council to intervene herein and said intervention is limited to Count 2 of the complaint. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 11, 1971

Nov. 11, 1971

PACER
81

NOTICE of Appeal (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 12, 1971

Nov. 12, 1971

PACER
82

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Paragraph 5 of Defendant's motion to alter or amend the Court's order entered November 11, 1971 is withdrawn - Paragraph 6 of said motion is denied - Paragraphs 1 though 4 of said motion are denied. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 24, 1971

Nov. 24, 1971

PACER
87

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: There being no objection by Plaintiffs or by Defendants the government's motion to consolidate cases 66 c 1459 and 66 c 1460 is granted. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 24, 1971

Nov. 24, 1971

PACER
83

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order consolidating cases numbered 66 c 1459 and 66 c 1460. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 26, 1971

Nov. 26, 1971

PACER
84

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order requiring defendant Romney to file certain responses and memorandum. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 26, 1971

Nov. 26, 1971

PACER
85

ORDER: This matter coming on to be heard on the motion of plaintiffs for further relief, and the Court having heard the presentations of the parties and being fully advised, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the defendant George W, Romney shall file on or before December 14, 1971, his response and supporting memoranda, if any, in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for further relief. Signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Nov. 26, 1971

Nov. 26, 1971

PACER
86

SUPPLEMENTAL memorandum in support of Plaintiffs' motion for further relief against the Chicago Housing Authority (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Dec. 1, 1971

Dec. 1, 1971

PACER
88

NOTICE of Appeal (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Dec. 2, 1971

Dec. 2, 1971

PACER
89

NOTICE (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Dec. 17, 1971

Dec. 17, 1971

PACER
90

MOTION for leave of court to file its memorandum in opposition to Plaintiffs' motion for further relief instanter (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/14/2021)

Dec. 17, 1971

Dec. 17, 1971

PACER
93

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Consolidated cause continued to December 23, 1971 for hearing. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/25/2021)

Dec. 17, 1971

Dec. 17, 1971

PACER
94

ORDER: This matter coming on to be heard on the motion of defendant, George W. Romney, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, for leave of court to file his memorandum in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for further relief instanter, due notice having been given, and the court being fully advised in the premises: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the defendant, George W. Romney, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, be and hereby is granted leave of court to file his memorandum in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for further relief instanter. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/25/2021)

Dec. 17, 1971

Dec. 17, 1971

PACER
95

ORDER: signed by the Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/25/2021)

Dec. 23, 1971

Dec. 23, 1971

PACER
96

NOTICE (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Dec. 29, 1971

Dec. 29, 1971

PACER
97

REPLY memorandum in support of Plaintiffs' motion for further relief against CHA (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Dec. 29, 1971

Dec. 29, 1971

PACER
98

RESPONSE of CHA to Part 1 of the Order entered upon CHA on January 3, 1972 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Jan. 18, 1972

Jan. 18, 1972

PACER
99

MOTION to add parties defendant and to file supplemental complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 2, 1972

Feb. 2, 1972

PACER
100

SUPPLEMENTAL Complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 2, 1972

Feb. 2, 1972

PACER
101

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Leave to plaintiffs to file supplemental complaint adding parties defendant, etc. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 2, 1972

Feb. 2, 1972

PACER
102

ANSWER of CHA to Supplemental Complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 16, 1972

Feb. 16, 1972

PACER
103

ORDER: This matter coming on to be heard on the oral motion of plaintiffs, the defendants being present in open Court, and the Court having been fully advised; it is hereby ordered that Thomas Meites is hereby appointed pursuant to Rule 4(a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as an additional person empowered to make service as provided in paragraph 4 of this Court's order in this cause entered February 2, 1972. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 17, 1972

Feb. 17, 1972

PACER
104

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter Order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 17, 1972

Feb. 17, 1972

PACER
105

ORDER: signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 17, 1972

Feb. 17, 1972

PACER
106

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter Order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 17, 1972

Feb. 17, 1972

PACER
107

ANSWER to supplemental complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 22, 1972

Feb. 22, 1972

PACER
108

ATTORNEY Appearance by Alex Elson (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 22, 1972

Feb. 22, 1972

PACER
109

ANSWER of defendants William Cousins Jr., Leon M. Despres, Anna R. Langford, Dick Simpson and William S. Singer to Supplemental Complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 22, 1972

Feb. 22, 1972

PACER
110

NOTICE (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 22, 1972

Feb. 22, 1972

PACER
111

MOTION for extension of time within which to answer or otherwise plead (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
113

ATTORNEY Appearance (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
114

AFFIDAVIT evidencing compliance with General Rule 39 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
115

ATTORNEY Appearance by Robert S. Fiffer, Allan N. Lasky and Joel L. Widman (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
116

AFFIDAVIT evidencing compliance with General Rule 39 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
117

ATTORNEY Appearance by Marilou Hedlund (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
118

ATTORNEY Appearance by Richard L. Curry (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
119

MOTION to dismiss (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
120

MOTION to dismiss (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
191

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (lxk, ) (Entered: 11/10/2021)

Feb. 23, 1972

Feb. 23, 1972

PACER
121

ATTORNEY Appearance by Richard L. Curry (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 25, 1972

Feb. 25, 1972

PACER
122

MOTION to dismiss (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 25, 1972

Feb. 25, 1972

PACER
123

ATTORNEY Appearance by Harold t. Berc (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 28, 1972

Feb. 28, 1972

PACER
124

ANSWER of defendants Edwin P. Fiflielski and Thomas F. Fitzpatrick (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 28, 1972

Feb. 28, 1972

PACER
125

MEMORANDUM in support of motion to dismiss (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 28, 1972

Feb. 28, 1972

PACER
126

MOTION of Seymour Simon for leave to appear pro se and to file answer to supplemental complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 3, 1972

March 3, 1972

PACER
127

ANSWER of defendant Seymour Simon to Supplemental Complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 3, 1972

March 3, 1972

PACER
128

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 3, 1972

March 3, 1972

PACER
129

ANSWER (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 3, 1972

March 3, 1972

PACER
130

MOTION to dismiss (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 8, 1972

March 8, 1972

PACER
131

ANSWER of defendant Thomas E. Keane (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 8, 1972

March 8, 1972

PACER
132

ATTORNEY Appearance by Lawrence P. Hickey (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

March 10, 1972

March 10, 1972

PACER
133

MOTION of defendant, Paul T. Wigoda, for more definite statement (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 10, 1972

March 10, 1972

PACER
192

NOTICE (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (lxk, ) (Entered: 11/10/2021)

March 10, 1972

March 10, 1972

PACER
134

ATTORNEY Appearance by Lawrence P. Hickey (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 13, 1972

March 13, 1972

PACER
135

MEMORANDUM of plaintiffs in opposition to motion of several aldermen to dismiss supplemental complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 13, 1972

March 13, 1972

PACER
136

ATTORNEY Appearance by Lee A. Freeman, Jr. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 16, 1972

March 16, 1972

PACER
137

AFFIDAVIT evidencing compliance with General Rule 39 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 16, 1972

March 16, 1972

PACER
138

NOTICE (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 16, 1972

March 16, 1972

PACER
139

MOTION to intervene (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 16, 1972

March 16, 1972

PACER
140

RESPONSE of CHA to part III of the order entered upon CHA on January 3, 1972 (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
141

AMENDED answer of CHA to supplemental complaint (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
142

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
143

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order requiring all answers to supplemental complaint be filed in 10 days. Trial of supplemental complaint set for April 4, 1972. Hearing on consideration of Plan No. 2 continued to April 4, 1972 and hearing on consideration of Plan No. 3 reset from April 4, 1972 to April 6, 1972. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
144

ORDER: signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
145

NOTICE (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
146

MOTION (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
147

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
148

ORDER signed by Honorable Richard B. Austin. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) (bg, ) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

March 17, 1972

March 17, 1972

PACER
112

MINUTE entry before the Honorable Richard B. Austin: Enter order. (Paper document scanned to create an electronic record. No action needed at this time.) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.)(bg, ) (Entered: 05/26/2021)

Feb. 23, 1973

Feb. 23, 1973

PACER
177

NOTICE of filing by one of the receiver's attorneys Jeffrey C. Rappin regarding the quarterly report of the receiver 2nd quarter 1993 (Attachments) (Original located in 66 C 1459). (cdh) (bg, ). (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) Modified on 6/17/2021 (bg, ). (Entered: 08/05/1993)

Aug. 4, 1993

Aug. 4, 1993

PACER
178

MOTION by plaintiffs Dorothy Gautreaux and defendant Cisneros to enter agreed order waiving consent decree locational restrictions for four homeless housing projects ; Notice of filing; Notice of motion (fce) (bg, ). (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.) Modified on 6/17/2021 (bg, ). (Entered: 01/20/1994)

Dec. 21, 1993

Dec. 21, 1993

PACER
149

MOTION by plaintiffs and the Chicago Housing Authority for order amending tenant assignment plan ; Notice of motion. (Original in 66-CV-1459). (Temporarily unavailable for docketing). (ar) (Pursuant to the March 2011 Judicial Conference Policy requiring that remote access restrictions be implemented when placing scanned versions of previously filed paper documents on the record, this document is restricted to allow public access only at the Clerk's Office public access terminals.). Modified on 6/3/2021 (sxb, ). (Additional attachment(s) added on 6/3/2021: # 1 Notice of Motion) (sxb, ). (Entered: 10/24/1994)

Feb. 15, 1994

Feb. 15, 1994

PACER

Case Details

State / Territory: Illinois

Case Type(s):

Public Housing

Fair Housing/Lending/Insurance

Special Collection(s):

Featured Historical Cases

Key Dates

Filing Date: Aug. 9, 1966

Closing Date: Aug. 26, 1997

Case Ongoing: No

Plaintiffs

Plaintiff Description:

African Americans in Chicago who are in or have applied to Chicago public housing not specially designated for the elderly.

Plaintiff Type(s):

Private Plaintiff

Public Interest Lawyer: Yes

Filed Pro Se: No

Class Action Sought: Yes

Class Action Outcome: Granted

Defendants

Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal

Defendant Type(s):

Housing Authority

Jurisdiction-wide

Case Details

Causes of Action:

Ex Parte Young (Federal) or Bivens

Civil Rights Act of 1957/1960, 52 U.S.C. § 10101 (previously 42 U.S.C. § 1971)

Ex parte Young (federal or state officials)

Constitutional Clause(s):

Due Process

Equal Protection

Availably Documents:

Trial Court Docket

Complaint (any)

Injunctive (or Injunctive-like) Relief

Any published opinion

U.S. Supreme Court merits opinion

Outcome

Prevailing Party: Plaintiff

Nature of Relief:

Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement

Attorneys fees

Declaratory Judgment

Source of Relief:

Settlement

Litigation

Form of Settlement:

Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree

Order Duration: 1971 - 1997

Content of Injunction:

Discrimination Prohibition

Goals (e.g., for hiring, admissions)

Monitoring

Monitor/Master

Receivership

Recordkeeping

Reporting

Issues

General:

Buildings

Disparate Treatment

Housing

Housing assistance

Pattern or Practice

Public assistance grants

Public benefits (includes, e.g., in-state tuition, govt. jobs)

Racial segregation

Discrimination-area:

Housing Sales/Rental

Discrimination-basis:

Race discrimination

Race:

Black