States try to counter SCOTUS’s minimum price ruling

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December 22, 2010
USA Today    
Posted in News

"When a Supreme Court majority let manufacturers require retailers to charge minimum prices for their products, dissenting justices warned that the ruling would hit American households hard and could cost some families $1,000 more a year in retail bills. The 5-to-4 decision provoked an outcry from groups such as the Consumers Union and set off a rush of hearings and concern in Congress and the states." (12/22/10)  

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