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Minnesota Supreme Court hears Winona Rental License Case
Kare11.com St. Paul, MN
November 7, 2014

The Minnesota Supreme Court will decide whether the City of Winona exceeded its constitutional limits by placing a cap on rental licenses in residential zones.

The high court took oral arguments Thursday during a hearing at Hamline University's School of Law. Justices peppered attorneys on both sides of the case with pointed questions, and gave no hints as to how they'll rule.

"We believe that, by restricting renters from living in places, but not owners, it can have serious equal protection problems," Anthony Sanders of the Institute for Justice told KARE after the hearing.

It's a case that began with Ted and Lauren Dzierzbicki, who bought a house in Winona for their daughter while she was a student at Winona State. When she graduated they wanted to rent it out,...  Read More