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Alexis Bailly Vineyard, Inc. v. Harrington

In Minnesota, if wineries want to offer tastings at their farms and sell directly to consumers, at least 51 percent of the grapes they use must be grown in state. An unconstitutional boon to Minnesota’s grape industry at the expense of out-of-state growers? The wineries certainly have standing to find out, says the Eighth Circuit. The case should not have been dismissed. (This is an IJ case. Click here to learn more.)


Tags: 2019, Economic Liberty, Eighth Circuit, Standing

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