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In Hughes v. Oklahoma, Oklahoma law forbid the export of natural minnows, to help protect the state's natural resources. When this law was challenged, the Supreme Court held:
 a. Oklahoma has a paramount interest in preserving its natural resources, so the law stands b. Oklahoma has no interest in preserving minnows, so the law fails
  c. Oklahoma was improperly taking property without compensation
  d. regulation of fish falls under the Fish and Wildlife Service, so Oklahoma preempted a federal law e. Oklahoma was using a discriminatory method to achieve its conservation goals
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