The Equal Accommodations Act was a State of Jefferson law passed in the early 1970s. The law required businesses in Jefferson to accommodate their sasquatch and other oversized citizens and visitors. It was challenged by the business community, which carried it all the way to the Jefferson Supreme Court, which upheld it. The EAA's opponents then moved into federal court, but lost in both the Federal district court and the Federal appeals court. It was expected that the U.S. Supreme Court would also uphold the law if it got that far.[1]