Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937

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Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937
Great Seal of the United States
Long title An Act to reenact and amend provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, as amended, relating to marketing agreements and orders.
Enacted by the 75th United States Congress
Effective June 3, 1937
Citations
Public law Pub.L. 75–137
Statutes at Large 50 Stat. 246
Codification
Titles amended 7 U.S.C.: Agriculture
Legislative history
United States Supreme Court cases
Horne v. Department of Agriculture

The Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937 provides authority for federal marketing orders, and also reaffirmed the marketing agreements provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933.

Under the authority of this permanent law and subsequent amendments, marketing orders have been established for milk as well as numerous fruits, vegetables, and specialty crops.

The Agricultural Marketing Agreement of 1937 created the Raisin Administrative Committee, which was the subject of the 2013 and 2015 Supreme Court case Horne v. Department of Agriculture.

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