Daily Wine News: Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair

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(Flickr: Kudosmedia)

(Flickr: Kudosmedia)

In the New York Times, Eric Asimov reports on Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair, to be argued before the United States Supreme Court, who will consider whether states can prohibit retail wine shops from shipping to consumers in another state.

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