Ribnik v. Mcbride 277 U.S. 350 (1928)
RIBNIK v. MCBRIDE 277 U.S. 350 (1928)
Guided by tyson and brother v. banton (1927), the Supreme Court voided a New Jersey statute regulating fees charged by employment agencies. The majority held that although widespread evils existed which were subject to regulation, the establishment of prices for a private business was outside legislative power. Justice harlan fiske stone's dissent, joined by Justices oliver wendell holmes and louis d. brandeis, denied any distinction between illegal price controls and other, acceptable regulations.
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