The Supreme Court of California will not take a case between the University of California, Berkeley and a local community group, which means that Berkeley will have to reduce his student body by 3.050.

The Supreme Court of California announced on Wednesday, which will not review the case, deny the Appeal at the University of California to cancel a failure of the lower court that forced an enrollment cap.

In the heart of the matter is a legal battle between UC Berkeley and save Berkeley's neighborhoods, a community group that successfully sued college on its expansion plans, invoking the California Environmental Quality Law. In that case, a judge of the Superior Court of Alameda County ordered Berkeley to reduce his head account for 3,050 students.

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