The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania held that a municipal waste flow control plan violated the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution because the plan required that all municipal waste generated within the municipality for ten years be disposed of at one of three designated sites.
Empire Sanitary Landfill v. Department of Envtl. Resources, 684 A2d 1047 (Pa. 1996).
Donald R. Palladino,
Constitutional Law - Interstate Commerce - Dormant Commerce Clause - Municipal Waste Control,
Duq. L. Rev.
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