The Supreme Court rescued the municipal bond market from major disruption Monday by upholding the power of states to give preferential tax treatment to residents who hold bonds from their own states and localities.

The Court in Department of Revenue of Kentucky v. Davis rejected the claim that by exempting the interest on in-state bonds from taxation while taxing interest on out-of-state bonds, Kentucky was violating the Constitution’s Commerce Clause.

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