"However, the Roberts Court has surprised legal experts before by bending over backwards to find preemption where there is none and vice versa; few would be surprised if the conservative majority did so again."
"Thus far, the trend among the lower courts suggests that these inhumane state laws will not withstand judicial scrutiny, but that could change when the Supreme Court issues its decision in Arizona v. United States."
One Year Later: The Consequences of Chamber of Commerce v. WhitingMay 25, 2012
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One Year Later: The Consequences of Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting