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CA files amicus brief in NY wine case.

Consumer Alert filed an amicus curiae brief on June 23 supporting New York consumers' rights to purchase wine from out-of-state wineries and have it delivered to them in New York. The brief was filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the case Swedenburg v. Kelly.

The plaintiffs in the case include two owners of wineries--Swedenburg Winery in Virginia and The Lucas Winery in California, as well as three New York consumers. The Institute for Justice, a public interest law firm, represents the plaintiffs.
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