Dissident winemakers in France have taken to using dynamite to voice their grievances. Dissident winemaker Juanita Swedenburg, who owns a winery in Virginia, is using the Institute for Justice. For no good reason, 24 states have restrictions on allowing out-of-state winemakers to sell directly to consumers. Today's Washington Post has a piece on Swedenburg's five years of legal wrangling, which will end in July when the Supreme Court decides whether to favor New York's consumers or its wholesalers.
Mike Lynch weighed in on Juanita's plight way back in 2000.