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This article presents an empirical analysis of the Rehnquist Court's and the Roberts Court's decisions on the federal (statutory) preemption of state law. In addition to raw outcomes for or against preemption, we examine cases by subject-matter, level of judicial consensus, tort versus regulatory preemption, party constellation, and origin in state or federal court. We present additional data and analysis on the role of state amici and of the U.S. Solicitor General in preemption cases, and wedoi:10.1086/686541 fatcat:a7lkkobn2japzj5qcwn2cmgdzy