In a contempt action against the business agent of an A.F.L. furniture and van workers local for violation of an injunction based on statutes prohibiting "hot goods" and "secondary" boycotts, held, petitioner discharged; the statutes are violative of the Fourteenth Amendment of the federal Constitution in prohibiting peaceful picketing or other publication of the facts concerning a labor dispute in pursuance of an "agreement or combination to cause" any employee to stop handling certain goods or to put pressure on his employer to do so. ln re Blaney, (Cal.1947) 184P. (2d) 892.
Jerry S. McCroskey,
LABOR LAW-CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STATUTES PROHIBITING "HOT GOODS" AND "SECONDARY" BOYCOTTS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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