Supreme Court of the United States
Decided June 23, 1982
Justice O’Connor, Concurring
|Topic: Economic Activity*||Court vote: 6–3|
|Note: No other Justices joined this opinion.|
|Citation: 457 U.S. 624||Docket: 80–1188||Audio: Listen to this case's oral arguments at Oyez|
* As categorized by the Washington University Law Supreme Court Database
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JUSTICE O'CONNOR, concurring in part.
I agree with the Court that the case is not moot, and that portions of the Illinois Business Take-Over Act, Ill.Rev.Stat., ch. 121 1/2, 137.51 et seq. (1979), are invalid under the Commerce Clause. Because it is not necessary to reach the preemption issue, I join only Parts I, II, and V of the Court's opinion, and would affirm the judgment of the Court of Appeals on that basis.
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