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Retail Trade Group Seeks Invalidation of Maryland's Wal-Mart Bill on ERISA Preemption Grounds
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Feb. 8, 2006
Excerpt: As readers of this blog know, I have written that I believe that such Fair Share laws are preempted, but other prominent commentators and academics have put forward equally sound arguments why ERISA preemption should not apply to the Maryland law. Rather than reiterating the competing legal analyses here, I am re-posting my analysis (which includes the Maryland Attorney General's opposite conclusion), as well as a helpful overview of this issue on The ERISA Blog a month or so back.

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