Under the doctrine of preemption which is based on the supremacy clause federal law preempts state law even when the laws conflict thus a federal court may require a state to stop certain behavior it believes interferes with or is in conflict with federal law. Faa state and local regulation of unmanned aircraft systems uas fact sheet instead the judge ruled that the challenged sections of the local ordinance are subject to conflict preemption because they obstruct federal objectives and directly conflict with federal regulations. State or local laws that conflict with federal laws on the manufacture sale and advertising of tobacco are frequent targets of preemption litigation 1 tobacco manufacturers successfully argued against a 1999 massachusetts state regulation restricting outdoor and point of sale cigarette advertising 13 and a 2009 new york city law . Preemption a doctrine based on the supremacy clause of the us constitution that holds that certain matters are of such a national as opposed to local character that federal laws preempt or take precedence over state laws as such a state may not pass a law inconsistent with the federal law a doctrine of state law that holds that a state law displaces a local law or regulation that is in . Get this from a library federal preemption of state and local law legislation regulation and litigation james t oreilly american bar association section of administrative law and regulatory practice
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