Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company v. Minnesota

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Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company v. Minnesota, 134 U.S. 418 (1890).

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Facts: State established rates for the Railroads. State did not provide notice nor hold hearings.

Issue: Did the State overstep the bounds of due process?

Holding: Yes, the judiciary should decide if the rates were "reasonable."

Dissent (Bradley): Practically overrules Munn v. Illinois.