Case: Muller v. Oregon was a 1908 U.S Supreme Court decision that found Oregon’s limit on the working hours of women constitutional under the rationale that it was permissible to violate the right to contract and equal protection under the law due to the compelling state interest in protecting women’s health in order to promote the strength of families and their children. Time-spaced to 1908, we believe the results of this holding are more likely to be anti-feminist than feminist.
Gov: Brown Finally Going To Williams
PM: Ricky Cambo
MG: Sandy Greenberg
Opp: Yale HT
LO: Marina Tan
MO: Kyle Hietala
[expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Brown Finally Going To Williams won on a 2 – 1 decision.[/expand]
Thanks to Elaine He for the recording.