Alabama, for the purpose of invoking original jurisdiction, applied to the Supreme Court of the United States for leave to file a complaint in equity against nineteen States to have statutes regulating and prohibiting the sale of goods manufactured by convict labor declared void because in violation of the commerce clause of the federal Constitution. Later, Alabama was allowed to submit an amendment eliminating fourteen States. Held, leave to file bill as amended denied. State of Alabama v. State of Arizona, et al., (U. S. 1934) 1 U. S. LAW WEEK (Feb. 6, 1934), index p. 468.
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