Ashwander v. Tennessee Valley Authority - Significance, Brandeis Proposes "ashwander Rules", Louis Brandeis
Tennessee Valley Authority
That the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) was not a legitimate federal agency, and that it did not have the authority to sell the electrical power that was a by-product of its dam construction.
Chief Lawyers for Petitioner
Forney Johnston, James M. Beck
Chief Lawyers for Respondent
John Lord O'Brian, Stanley F. Reed
Justices for the Court
Pierce Butler, Charles Evans Hughes (writing for the Court), James Clark McReynolds, Owen Josephus Roberts, Harlan Fiske Stone, George Sutherland, Willis Van Devanter
Louis D. Brandeis, Benjamin N. Cardozo
Date of Decision
17 February 1936
Legislation establishing the TVA was upheld by a 8-1 vote, as was its right to sell electrical power.
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