In upholding a state regulation, the Supreme Court declared that the concept of substantive due process had been repudiated.
This case involved a Kansas statute that prohibited anyone except lawyers from engaging in the business of debt adjustment. By a 9-0 vote, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Kansas law. Writing the majority opinion, Justice Hugo L. Black
Contract, freedom of
Due process, substantive
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