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United States v. California (332 U.S. 19)

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332 U.S. 19

United States  v.  California (332 U.S. 19)

 Argued: March 13, 14, 1947. --- Decided: June 23, 1947

Rehearing Denied Oct. 13, 1947. See 68 S.Ct. 37.

Order and Decree Oct. 27, 1947. See 68 S.Ct. 20.

[Argument of Counsel from pages 19-21 intentionally omitted]

Tom C. Clark, Atty. Gen., and Arnold Raum, of Washington, D.C., for complainant.

Fred H. Howser, of San Francisco, Cal., and William W. Clary, of Los Angeles, Cal., for defendant.

Leander I. Shelley, of New York City, for American Association of Port Authorities, as amicus curiae, by special leave of Court.

Price Daniel, of Austin, Tex., for National Association of Attorneys General, as amicus curiae, by special leave of Court.

Mr. Justice BLACK delivered the opinion of the Court.


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