2 Clearinghouse Rev. 1 (1968-1969)

handle is hein.journals/clear2 and id is 1 raw text is: NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR LEGAL SERVICES
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CLEARINGHOUSE REVIEW
January, 1968
Roger C. Wolf, Director                                                            Vol.]1, No. 1
With this Issue we have commenced num-
bering each item reported in order to
facilitate the ordering of material
from the Clearinghouse. If you wish
material mentioned in the Newsletter,
merely list the month the item was re-
ported and the number of the item.
Unless you specify differently we will
send you all pleadings, memoranda, briefs,
and opinions that we have in that file.
Your continued cooperation in sending
current briefs, pleadings, memoranda
and recent legislation pertaining to
the poverty field is requested.
BRIEFS, PLEADINGS, AND OPINIONS FROM OUR FILES
PROCEDURE: Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies
1. Damico v. California, 36 LW 3254 (12-19-67)
Appellants brought this action in the District Court of California chal-
lenging the constitutionality of California Welfare and Institutions Code 11254
which required that a woman seeking AFDC must either be separated from her
husband for a period of three months or actually file for divorce in order to
qualify for the benefits. The appellants contend that this section of the code
is invalid because: (1) it denies Appellants due process of law by substituting
an arbitrary and capricious conclusive presumption for an opportunity to prove

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