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WISCONSIN V. ILLINOIS, 388 U. S. 426 (1967)

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Wisconsin v. Illinois, 388 U.S. 426 (1967)

Wisconsin v. Illinois

No. 1, Original

Decree April 21, 1930

Decree enlarged May 22, 1933

Decree entered June 12, 1967*

388 U.S. 426

The Court, having reopened Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Original, and having granted leave to file No. 11, Original, entered this decree.

Decree reported, 281 U. S. 281 U.S. 696; decree enlarged, 289 U. S. 289 U.S. 395.

Page 388 U. S. 427


This Court having reopened Original cases Nos. 1, 2, and 3, and having granted leave to file Original case No. 11, and having referred all such cases to a Special Master who has filed his Report, and the parties having agreed to the form of the decree, the Findings of Fact in the Report are hereby adopted, and it being unnecessary at this time to consider the Special Master's legal conclusions,


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