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Holocaust law struck down

Washington, June 23 (Reuters): The US Supreme Court today struck down a California law that required insurance companies to disclose information about all their holocaust-era policies.

By a 5-4 vote, the court ruled that Californiaís Holocaust Victim Insurance Relief Act of 1999, which revokes the licence of any firm that fails to comply with the law, unconstitutionally interfered with the Presidentís conduct of the nationís foreign policy.

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