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Wallace Hits Court

By The ASSOCIATED Press

WASHINGTON--Secretary of Agriculture henry A. Wallace said today that a new battle to prevent the nation's judiciary from exercising power over administrative functions of government appears to have been opened as result of the Supreme Court's decision in the Kansas City stockyards case. Criticizing the stockyards decision--in which he charged that the Supreme Court reversed itself--and a proposal by a "prominent corporation attorney whose opinions in the post have carried great weight in the courts" that rate making powers of Federal regulatory agencies should be transferred by Congress to the courts, Wallace said, "One year age a great battle was fought to decide whether the courts could take over the function of determining policy for the nation. This year another battle seems to a opening.

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