[This is the second in a series of posts reviewing unheralded but noteworthy decisions for State and local governments from the Supreme Court’s last term. See Koontz here.]
State and local-government attorneys often battle federal preemption—including against broad readings that strain common sense.
The case of Dan’s City Uses Cars, Inc., v . Pelkey reminds you why it’s worth it.
It’s the story of Robert Pelkey.