(The Return of) Ignatz, by Sam Heldman

Monday, April 21, 2003

Tuesday's second case, Hillside Dairy v. Lyons, is about the price of milk, and the Commerce Clause. It's definitely more information about milk pricing law, an apparently very complicated field, than I care to understand. I hate milk. I haven't had a glass of milk in decades. I don't even like to think about milk. I say "REVERSE" the decision (pdf) of the Ninth Circuit, because that's what the Solicitor General says in his amicus brief and they'll take the federal government's views quite seriously in a case like this. If you have a deep interest in milk law, go to the Goldstein Howe blog for more substance as always.

By the way, the Court will presumably issue some opinions tomorrow, and it's high time for Justice Thomas to issue the decision in Chavez, much discussed in the blog world several months ago when it was argued, the case that either does or does not stand to make a mockery of the "right to remain silent". Stay tuned.

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