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This article in the Topeka Journal discusses a 1937 U.S. Supreme Court decision on the ability of states to grant minimum wages. The recent ruling reversed a previous decision on that issue that declared the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations unconstitutional. The Court of Industrial Relations was created in 1920 following a special session of the Kansas Legislature. It's purpose was to resolve disputes between labor and capital. It was declared unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court in 1923.

Creator: Topeka Journal
Date: April 1, 1937

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Item Number: 214199
Call Number: SP 331.061 Clipp v.1 Topeka Journal April 1, 1937 p67
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 214199

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