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We are here on a preliminary injunction to get back to the status quo. Although I indicated yesterday, and I still believe this is a simple matter, it's a very, very, very important matter because it involves the destruction of a business, in our view, in the absolute complete absence of due process, whether that be procedural or substantive due process.
THE COURT: Liquor is 90 percent of his sales, I am sure. Do you have cases that say we treat liquor licenses different than we treat -- I don't know what kind of licenses there are. You are a licensed to be a veterinarian. If you lose your license to be a vet, you can keep your store but all you can sell is dog food. Are you saying there's any cases
appellate right at this point because their argument is that the license expired and as a result you can't get it. So their argument in their very papers says, all right, Mr. Hudson, send your client down to do an application for a new license. I am going to show you today that they have already made the decision they are not going to grant him a new license. That's
court, that they are entitled to a license under state law. Their argument to the court is that they are entitled to a new license under state law. Well, they need to make that argument in state court. First in the state administrative procedure and then in the state -- and then if they want in the state courts. THE COURT: But is there a way for them to get to an
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