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Michigan’s New Attempt to Stop Wine Shipping from Out of State: New at Reason

Saturday, February 25, 2017 6:19
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wine crateLast month, an Indiana wine retailer and a handful of consumers in Michigan filed suit in federal court to challenge a new Michigan law that bars out-of-state retailers from shipping wine into the state.

The Michigan law, passed last month, lets retailers inside the state buy a “specially designated merchant license” that will allow them to ship wines to in-state consumers. The benefits of the law, which takes effect next month, is that it’ll “make it easier for wineries and in-state retailers to ship to Michigan consumers,” reports Wine Spectator. But the law prohibits out-of-state retailers from buying permits.

Wasn’t Granholm v. Heald, decided by the U.S. Supreme Court a dozen years ago, a case about a Michigan law that barred out-of-state wineries from shipping wine into the state? And didn’t the Supreme Court rule that Michigan’s law was unconstitutional?

Yes and yes. And yet here we are. Baylen Linnekin explains.

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Source: http://reason.com/archives/2017/02/25/dont-look-now-but-michigans-restricting

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