Crane v. New York,
239 U.S. 195 (1915)

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Crane v. New York, 239 U.S. 195 (1915)

Crane v. New York

No. 388

Argued October 12, 1915

Decided November 29, 1915

239 U.S. 195


A state statute regarding employment of laborers otherwise valid is not unconstitutional under the equal provision clause of the Fourteenth Amendment because it makes distinctions between aliens and citizens. There is a basis for such a classification. Otherwise decided on the authority of Heim v. McCall, ante, p. 239 U. S. 175.

214 N.Y. 154, affirmed.

The facts, which involve the constitutionality of § 14 of the Labor Law of New York, are stated in the opinion.

Page 239 U. S. 197

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