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Munn v. Illinois

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10/28/2007 -  t.r, Brooklyn, MI writes ...
Munn v. Illinois
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I think that the decision that was made by the illinois court was brillant because munn was very wrong for what he did the court actually saved alot of farmers from being over charged and possibly becoming in debth.

9/3/2012 -  ASF, Philadelphia, PA writes ...
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The dissenting justices had it right:

...if Justice Waite's opinion represented good law, then "all business and all property in the state are held at the mercy of the legislature."

Once again we see a wrong-headed, subjective and convoluted decision by the Supremos.

11/18/2014 -  E.F, fairview park, OH writes ...
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I think their final ruling was the right thing to do

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