State action defense


Institution Definition

The state action doctrine is the product of the US Supreme Court’s 1943 opinion in Parker v. Brown, which reasoned that, in light of states’ sovereign status and principes of federalism, Congress would not have intruded on state prerogatives through the Sherman Act without expressly saying so (...). Report of the State Action Task Force, September 2003

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