Posts Tagged ‘Institute for Justice’

Supreme Court Comes Down in Favor of Interstate Commerce Over State Regulation

Wine pundits are cheering a U.S. Supreme Court opinion handed down last week, with some going so far as to predict the death of the three-tier system because of it. While the case had nothing to do with distribution, many believe the Court has paved the way for other challenges where interstate commerce is at issue, including prohibitions on direct shipping. Photo: Sang Hyun Cho

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Wineries Challenge Minnesota Grape Quota in Federal Court

Two Minnesota wineries are suing their state’s public safety department in Federal Court over a law requiring them to source 51 percent of their grapes from inside the state. A ruling in favor of the plaintiffs could set the stage for challenges to home-grown fruit quotas in others states, their attorney told Grape Basin News. Click headline for full story.

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