Freeman v. Hewitt 329 U.S. 249 (1946)
FREEMAN v. HEWITT 329 U.S. 249 (1946)
Justice felix frankfurter, for a 6–3 Supreme Court, here voided an Indiana tax levied on proceeds realized from the sale of securities in another state. Frankfurter struck down the tax as a greater burden than police regulations on interstate commerce. Justice william o. douglas, dissenting, denied the existence of any interstate commerce.