[LAW] Supreme court rules

Jerry Irvine wrote:

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The state requires both in-state and out of state motor manufacturers to have CSFM permits to sell motors in CA.
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Hi Scott,
the Kali also require a motor dealer to get an expensive importing license to get motors from out of state. He does not need this importing license to get motors from say a Kali Manufacture.
So they are treating out of state manufactures diferantly, especially since a state of the union can't really call interstate commerce importing but they do.
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But are there actually any engine manufacturers in CA? Yes, the law might not hold up under legal challenge, but they could amend it to treat in-state and out-of-state manufacturers the same way, without hurting any in-state companies, so it would likely be a temporary victory (and in any case it wouldn't affect the other restrictive CA provisions).
Scott Orr
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Most of them historically came FROM CA.
Jerry
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