JACKSON, Miss. (Legal Newsline) — The Mississippi Supreme Court has decided it will take up the state Attorney General Office’s appeal of a judge’s ruling that Mississippi’s price-gouging law is “unconstitutionally vague,” according to The Associated Press.
Chancellor J. Max Kilpatrick rejected in 2008 Attorney General Jim Hood’s lawsuit accusing an in-state oil company of overcharging for fuel following Hurricane Katrina.
The suit accused Louisville-based Fair Oil Co., along with another company, of gouging customers after the 2005 storm.
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