City of Walla Walla v. Walla Walla Water Co.
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|City of Walla Walla v. Walla Walla Water Company|
|Argued October 12–13, 1898
Decided November 14, 1898
|Full case name||City of Walla Walla, et al. v. Walla Walla Water Company|
|Citations||172 U.S. 1 (more)|
|Majority||Brown, joined by unanimous|
City of Walla Walla v. Walla Walla Water Company, 172 U.S. 1 (1898), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Walla Walla Water Company filed a bill to stop the City of Walla Walla from erecting waterworks, acquiring property to erect waterworks, or using city money to build waterworks.
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