Railroad Commission of Wisconsin v. Maxcy,
281 U.S. 82 (1930)

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Railroad Commission of Wisconsin v. Maxcy, 281 U.S. 82 (1930)

Railroad Commission of Wisconsin v. Maxcy

No. 301

Argued March 6, 1930

Decided March 12, 1930

281 U.S. 82


A decree of the district court of three judges enjoining a state commission from enforcing an order fixing the rates of a public utility, upon the ground that the commission's valuation of the company's property was not supported by the evidence, without other statements of facts or reasons, is set aside, and the cause remanded with directions to state findings of fact and conclusions of law and enter a decree thereon, the restraining order to be continued pending further action by the court below.

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