Can we now officially end the nonsense that this is a "pro-business" court? In a 5-3 decision authored by Chief Justice Roberts, the Supreme Court rejected the Chamber of Commerce's position that federal law preempted Arizona's E-Verify requirements. The three dissenters siding with the Chamber of Commerce (and, unusually, with federal preemption) were the liberals Breyer, Ginsburg, and Sotomayor. See also Previous discussion of the case on POL; Adler @ Volokh; Whelan; Blackman; Dow Jones]
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