Nash v. Florida Industrial Comm'n,
389 U.S. 235 (1967)

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Nash v. Florida Industrial Comm'n, 389 U.S. 235 (1967)

Nash v. Florida Industrial Commission

No. 48

Argued November 9, 1967

Decided December 5, 1967

389 U.S. 235


Florida's Unemployment Compensation Law, as applied by the State Industrial Commission's holding that petitioner was disqualified for unemployment compensation solely because she filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board, held: invalid as violating the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution because it frustrates enforcement of the National Labor Relations Act. Pp. 389 U. S. 238-240.

191 So.2d 99, reversed.

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