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Facts: Dean’s Point After Super Sports Bar and Grille, known as "the Point After," was a sports bar that transformed itself into a small concert venue. The Point After is located in the Town of Hamden, Connecticut, which regulates bars and "amusements" via its zoning ordinances. In 2008, the Town’s fire marshal approved an increase
Facts: In 1960, the owners of adjacent properties on South Main Street in Middletown, Connecticut entered into an easement agreement. They agreed that the property located at 192 South Main Street could use the driveway located on neighboring property 184-188 South Main Street. The driveway gave the owners of 192 South Main Street access to a garage behind an office building on
Facts: Eric Wong and the Disability Support Alliance (DSA) sued the owner of a building in St. Paul, Minnesota, alleging that the owner failed to make its building wheelchair accessible. The plaintiffs alleged that this failure violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Minnesota Human Rights Act. The building’s owner, defendant
Facts: The District of Columbia has been developing a new streetcar program to "provide high-capacity and high-quality transit service to District residents and visitors." The District hoped that investing in this streetcar program would "catalyze economic development." To that end, the District selected its initial streetcar routes in order "to transform