Some reflections on the decision in Mallory.
dormant Commerce Clause
SCOTUS Chooses California Over Pork Producers and Bacon Consumers (and Issues Four Other Opinions Too)
The Supreme Court issues five merits opinions, but there are still forty more waiting.
A response to Professors Goldsmith & Volokh
1st Circuit Says Maine's Residency Rule for Medical Marijuana Suppliers Is Unconstitutional Protectionism
Notwithstanding federal pot prohibition, the appeals court says, the requirement violated the Commerce Clause's implicit prohibition of anti-competitive interstate trade barriers.
The answer is probably "no." But the federal government could more easily ban such transactions.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Ends His Onerous Truck Inspection Order Impeding International Commerce on the Mexican Border
The inspections caused great economic harm, and may also have violated the Dormant Foreign Commerce Clause of the Constitution.
National Pork Producers Council v. Ross could have implications far beyond bacon prices in California.
Do California's rules violate the dormant commerce clause?
A new paper raises constitutional questions about expansive state-level regulations that reach beyond their borders.
Two states attempt to dictate how farmers outside their boundaries treat their animals.