National Motor Freight Ass'n, Inc. v. United States
372 U.S. 246 (1963)

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National Motor Freight Ass'n, Inc. v. United States, 372 U.S. 246 (1963)

National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. v. United States

No. 479

Decided February 25, 1963

372 U.S. 246


1. Petition for rehearing denied.

2. In affirming, 371 U. S. 223, the District Court's judgment dismissing appellants' action to set aside an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission, this Court affirmed the District Court's judgment insofar as it upheld the Commission's order on the merits, but this Court disagreed with the District Court's view that appellants lacked standing to challenge the Commission's order in the District Court.

3. Since appellants, authorized associations of motor carriers under 49 U.S.C. § 5b, are appropriate representatives of their members, and their members would be aggrieved by the Commission's order, appellants had standing to challenge the validity of the Commission's order in the District Court.

Reported below: 205 F.Supp. 592.

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