Jelovsek v. Bredesen, et al., 545 F.3d 431 (6th Cir. 2008)

(Tennessee laws governing the wine industry are an unconstitutional violation of the dormant commerce clause and are affirmed in part, and vacated in part where; portion of laws banning the direct shipment of alcoholic beverages to consumers, including wine, upheld; but Tennessee's Grape and Wine Law is discriminatory on its face; case remanded to fashion an adequate remedy and to allow in-state wineries an opportunity to intervene).

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