Baldwin v g a f seelig inc 294 us 511 1935 was a united states supreme court case which held that a state may not regulate intrastate prices by prohibiting the importation of less expensive goods in interstate commerce it established the principle that one state in its dealings with another cannot place itself in economic isolation. Baldwin v gaf seelig inc case brief rule of law states must not violate the dormant commerce clause through the use of its police power facts certain milk distributors sell its product at different prices to different buyers the state of new york passed. Case opinion for us supreme court baldwin v g a f seelig inc read the courts full decision on findlaw. Baldwin v gaf seelig inc no 604 argued february 11 12 1935 decided march 4 1935 district court reversed in part affirmed in part syllabus opinion cardozo syllabus 1 a law or regulation of a state which prohibits the sale of milk imported from another state unless the price paid in that other to the producer was up to . A summary and case brief of baldwin v gaf seelig inc 294 us 511 1935 including the facts issue rule of law holding and reasoning key terms and
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