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Nebbia v. New York

    Citation. 291 U.S. 502, 54 S. Ct. 505, 78 L. Ed. 940, 1934 U.S.

    Brief Fact Summary. The Respondent, New York (Respondent), established a minimum retail price for milk. The Petitioner, Nebbia (Petitioner), was charged with violating this law when he sold 2 quarts of milk below the state minimum.

    Synopsis of Rule of Law. A state is free to adopt any reasonable economic policy deemed necessary to promote public welfare and to adopt legislation to serve this purpose.


    Facts. The state minimum milk price was 9

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