California’s latest clash with business over arbitration agreements played out Wednesday as the U.S. Supreme Court weighed whether the state’s Private Attorneys General Act was an “outlier” preempted by the Federal Arbitration Act.

During arguments in Viking River Cruises v. Moriana, the justices heard conflicting views of a key issue: What exactly is the nature of a claim under the act, known as PAGA.

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