Tuesday, October 04, 2005

American Government Class

When I was in school I was taught that state laws could be stronger than the Federal law, but not weaker. I'm confused.
U.S. District Court strikes down California financial privacy law: "A U.S. District Court judge on Tuesday struck down a California law that restricts banks from selling consumers' private information to their affiliates, ruling that the state law is pre-empted by federal rules."
Like identity theft isn't a big problem that is growing bigger.

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