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Attorneys Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Rule on Interstate Wine-Shipping

Cases in Michigan and New York have been put forth for consideration.

Posted: March 15, 2004  By Dana Nigro

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Appeals Court Upholds New York's Wine-Shipping Ban

Decision increases likelihood that U.S. Supreme Court could take up issue of direct-to-consumer wine shipments.

Posted: February 13, 2004  By Dana Nigro

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New York Governor Proposes An Expansion of Wine Shipping

Under Pataki's budget plan, out-of-state wineries would be allowed to ship directly to consumers.

Posted: January 20, 2004  By Dana Nigro

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Court Holds Firm on Its Decision to Overturn Michigan's Wine-Shipping Ban

State could ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the case or pass a new law to allow more direct-to-consumer shipments.

Posted: November 6, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Consumers, Winery Take On Arizona Over Wine-Shipping Restrictions

The Institute for Justice has filed a suit in federal court claiming Arizona's ban on interstate wine shipments is discriminatory.

Posted: October 9, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Appeals Court Hears New York Wine-Shipping Case

Judges examine whether ban on direct-to-consumer shipments from out of state is unconstitutional and, if it is, how to address it.

Posted: September 5, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Appeals Court Nixes Michigan's Wine-Shipping Ban

Judges support consumers' argument that they should be allowed to have wines delivered to their homes from out of state.

Posted: August 28, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Texas Allows Direct Shipments of Wine

State decides not to appeal shipping case to Supreme Court; wineries and package carriers sort out issue of "dry" counties.

Posted: August 28, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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FedEx and UPS Expand Wine Shipments to More States

For many tasting-room visitors, sending purchases back home has never been easier.

Posted: July 25, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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North Carolina to Allow Direct Shipping of Wine

State responds to court ruling that its laws were unconstitutional; consumers can soon order two cases of wine per month.

Posted: July 21, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Hawaii Expands Wine Shipping

Consumers can now order three cases a year from wineries in certain states, without having to obtain a permit.

Posted: July 21, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Consumers Sue New Jersey and Ohio Over Home Delivery of Wine

Plaintiffs join others around the country in arguing that bans on interstate winery-to-consumer shipments violate their right to free trade.

Posted: July 18, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Federal Trade Commission Encourages Online Sales of Wine

Report finds that e-commerce benefits shoppers and that states can control wine sales without banning direct-to-consumer shipments.

Posted: July 3, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Consumer Victory: Appeals Court Overturns Texas Ban on Interstate Wine Shipments

The 5th Circuit rules that the state's laws amount to economic protectionism and are unconstitutional.

Posted: June 27, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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South Carolina Allows Wine Shipments to Consumers

State legislature passes bill permitting wineries to send up to two cases per month to residents.

Posted: June 2, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Appeals Court Rules North Carolina Must Change Unconstitutional Wine-Shipping Laws

But judges say state could ban local wineries from home delivery rather than allow out-of-state wineries to ship to consumers.

Posted: April 15, 2003  By Lynn Alley, Dana Nigro

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From Whitewater to Wine: Kenneth Starr Joins Direct-Shipping Fight

The independent prosecutor who investigated President Bill Clinton is now working on behalf of wineries and consumers.

Posted: March 4, 2003  By Dana Nigro

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Federal Judge Rules New York Can't Enforce Interstate Wine-Shipping Ban

But New York consumers are still unable to order from out-of-state wineries while an appeal is pending.

Posted: December 10, 2002  By Dana Nigro

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Victory for Consumers in New York Wine-Shipping Lawsuit

Federal judge rules state's ban on interstate wine shipments is unconstitutional; remedy to law has yet to be decided.

Posted: November 12, 2002  By Dana Nigro

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Tide Turns in Direct Shipping Battle

Wine lovers across the nation are winning hard-fought battles to secure the right to buy the wines they want

Posted: October 21, 2002  By Dana Nigro

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