Supreme Court declines to hear airline-fare-advertising case

04/1/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal spearheaded by Spirit, Southwest and Allegiant airlines against a Department of Transportation rule that requires the industry to advertise most prominently a fare price that includes taxes. The airlines argue that dictating what they can advertise violates free speech and sets them apart from other industries, which are allowed to advertise their price without taxes. A lower court ruling against the airlines now prevails.

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