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Supremes Rule on Interstate Wine Sales

Have no time to comment, but for those who are interested, the Supremes just ruled on state action on interstate wine sales. See Granholm v. Heald. Kennedy ruled that "both States’ laws discriminate against interstate commerce in violation of the Commerce Clause, and that discrimination is neither authorized nor permitted by the Twenty-first Amendment" (quote taken from case syllabus). Thomas’s dissent (joined by Rehnquist, Stevens, and O’Connor) can be found at the aforementioned website.

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