right to follow a trade, business, or occupation

The right to earn a livelihood in a trade or occupation, a right within the guaranties of the Fourteenth Amendment. New State Ice Co. v Liebmann, 285 US 262, 76 L Ed 747, 52 S Ct 371. A property right of which one is not to be deprived without due process of law. 16 Am J2d Const L § 371.

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