Toward (A) Faithful Agency in the Supreme Court's Preemption Jurisprudence

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The article offers information on preemption which has become one of the most complex issues in public law that federal courts are facing. It was mentioned that preemption involves some the most fundamental concerns in U.S. procedural justice including state regulatory autonomy, individual litigants, and the federal administrative state's optimal size. It looks into the question of which branch of the federal government is tasked to take charge of managing preemption issues.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)367-437
Number of pages71
JournalGeorge Mason Law Review
Issue number2
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011


  • UNITED States
  • PUBLIC law
  • FEDERAL courts
  • AUTONOMY (Political science)


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