For the better part of a century, the U.S. Supreme Court has rubber stamped one preposterous economic regulation after another, routinely allowing special interests to triumph over upstart competitors whose only "crime" was trying to entice consumers with attractive and affordable products. But these cases also share something else in common. As Senior Editor Damon Root explains, if you want to understand the unsavory state of economic liberty in America today, look no further than the dairy lobby's unwholesome winning streak in federal court.
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