Law.

Cavel, an Illinois-based business, owned a facility in the U.S. for slaughtering horses where the meat was shipped to Europe for human consumption. Illinois passed a statute banning the practice of slaughtering horses if the primary reason for the slaughter was to produce meat for sale. Cavel sued to have the law invalidated as an unconstitutional act of state government.

Does the Illinois state law banning the practice of slaughtering horses if the primary reason for the slaughter was to produce meat for sale infringe on congressional rights to regulate interstate commerce?

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