A highly divided Court again addressed the relatively new doctrine in constitutional law: state exemption from federal regulations due to the concept of federalism. Although the Court applied the tests from National League of Cities v. Usury and its progeny, the Court reached a different result which, without expressly overruling that controversial case, severely limited National League of Cities to its facts. The hope of modern states' rights advocates proved to be short lived.
Richard M. Stephens
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Wyoming: Appomattox Courthouse Revisited ,
11 Pepp. L. Rev.
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