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Civil Rights – Commerce Clause – Economic Protectionism (access required)

A statute that provides for a coal plant that “utilizes Virginia coal” does not violate the Commerce Clause limitation on state economic protectionism, the Virginia Supreme Court holds. The doctrine of the “dormant” Commerce Clause is intended to prevent the various states from engaging in economic protectionism and protects both consumers and out-of-state competitors. Appalachian Voices ...

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