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Unformatted text preview: . anger sec . handout —constltmtonel law a Minnesota Legislature'passed a statute banning the sale 01 milk In 9'33”? '; nrefiilable. nonreuseable containers. However. it allowed sales of milk inlothel! nonrentlable, nonreuse‘able containers such as paperboard cartons: Cine 9f the ' Justifications tor this ban on plastic jugs was that it would ease the state's‘solld was” . disposal problems because plach jugs occupy more space in landfills than other nonreturnabie milk contaners. Agroup of dairy business challenged the statute. arguing that its distinction between plastic containers and other containers was unconstitutionaluhdertheequd protectionciause. WWW Lhderthetest. iseaslng the es sold westedlspow problunsWUndet etest.isfl1¢fea_W-m' be .- uizssmrgunm . thatendtomaktSthe statutory means constitutional? in WWemmmwamummmmmm ‘L‘l’.’ at site ' the solid waste disposal problem tha‘nbanning plastic lugs lie allowing _ cartons. _ f _ @11me waspresent at the assassination at President Kennedy in Dailason :, veinber 22. 1963. He took a home movie of Kennedy before, during. and - immeiiat'ety alter the comet shooting. Qva the years he has licensed copies oi the film (brMurdhascooperatedwimgovemment otticlalslnvestlgattngtl'le " [ Ute Med to, mine his original film. . He has made'approidmately - .mflm licenshg the film. in 1992.Congrese passed the 'Unsolvedfissassinatlons Act.‘ This W Maddie Unsolved Assassinations Review board (UAftB) '. whicheocordngtothestatute'wastouseailreasonabie ureetoe'stabllsh'a historttcd and evtdmttal reco'rd oi the Kennedy n .' Mr. Zapperlls new htormed by letter that the UARB has determined that his original tiim Is an 'Impprtant historical and evidetttd document' as defined in the legislation. Such "documerits' are to become the permanent property of the United States government. The'-UAHB ‘ cited-new scientific techniques that could be applied to the original tilm to yield new cluesto the Walton” 't'l'iese techniqueswill be lesscettaln when applied to ' copies at the m. The UAFIB also dscussed the importance of the original'filni=as' a historical doorman Mr. Zapper’s later from the UAFlB also Includes an ‘tlnai order' that redtes these facts and states it'wl 'compensate' him $1 millidn tor the film. UABB hdicatesthtswtlbeitsw.order’lsnataiblecttoiudiciai review. Zapper‘doesn‘t wanttoseil. lthecld. hewouldecoeplarecentoflerhe receivediromthetinnotSick Collectibles tor $4 rumor-L Wham Zapper do 3 he“ wants to retain possession ot the film or sell it to Sick? On What groundsoan he challenge the government's actions? (Thisquestion isbasedon araoeraevent's Please limityouranalyslsto thelactsyou are given and logicd interpretations oi them) - ' ' {II , ...
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