Marvin Horne: The Raisin Outlaw by NPR.org
The Supreme Court recently ruled on a case we’ve been following for years.
Marvin Horne was known as the raisin outlaw. His crime: Selling 100% of his raisin crop, against the wishes of the Raisin Administrative Committee, a group of farmers that regulates the national raisin supply.
He took the case all the way to the Supreme Court, which issued its final ruling this week.
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Note: Today’s show originally aired in August 2013.
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