Terk v. Gordon,
436 U.S. 850 (1978)

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Terk v. Gordon, 436 U.S. 850 (1978)

Terk v. Gordon

No. 77-1042

Decided June 12, 1978

436 U.S. 850


The District Court's judgment upholding, against constitutional challenge, a New Mexico statute imposing higher hunting license fees for nonresidents than for residents of the State is affirmed on authority of Baldwin v. Montana Fish & Game Comm'n, ante p. 436 U. S. 371.


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