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What did the Supreme Court hold in Williamson v. Lee Optical (1955)?
The Court upheld a state law prohibited any person from fitting or duplicating glasses without a prescription from an ophthalmologist or optometrist. The Substantive Due Process Clause will no longer be used to strike down state laws regulating business and industrial conditions because they may be unwise or improvident.
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Strives to investigate the myriad issues relating to conflict and security within and between African nations, not only from the more traditional approaches to security studies but also from more novel and innovative perspectives.Link info
A weekly review of the latest legal controversies associated with the U.S. government's national security activities and institutions, featuring Professors Bobby Chesney and Steve Vladeck of the University of Texas at Austin.Link info