Rowe v. New Hampshire Motor Transportation Association

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Rowe v. New Hampshire Motor Transportation Association presents a question to the U.S. Supreme Court about preemption:[1]

  • Does the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act preempt a Maine law regulating the commercial delivery of tobacco and other products harmful to children by requiring that such products use only delivery services that provide proof that the products are not delivered to minors?

References

  1. Rowe v. New Hampshire Motor Transportation Association., No. 06-457. Certiorari granted June 25, 2007. Ruling below: 448 F.3d 66 (1st Cir. 2006).
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