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in a unanimous opinion written by Thomas, the justices reversed and remanded the judgment of the Washington Supreme Court that it was beyond Congress’ powers to enact a law that insisted that documents submitted by states pursuant to a request for funds to improve dangerous sections of state roads were exempt from disclosure in court proceedings. The court held that the statute fell within Congress’ commerce clause power. Pierce County, Washington v. Guillen, No. 01-1229.

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