WASHINGTON — The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would overturn a Supreme Court decision giving apparel brands the ability to set minimum prices.
In a landmark case in 2007, the Supreme Court struck down a 96-year-old legislative ban on minimum pricing agreements, giving apparel brands the potential to enforce the lowest price at which their products could be sold.
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