State law (United States)
In the United States, state law is the law of each separate U.S. state, as passed by the state legislature (and signed into law by the state governor) and adjudicated by state courts. It exists in parallel, and sometimes in conflict with, United States federal law. These disputes are often resolved by the federal courts.
- List of U.S. state legal codes
- State legislature (United States)
- Uniform Act
- State constitution (United States)
- Individual states: Alabama law · Alaskan law · Arizona law · Arkansas law · California law · Colorado law · Connecticut law · Delaware law · Florida law · Georgia law · Hawaii law · Idaho law · Illinois law · Indiana law · Iowa law · Kansas law · Kentucky law · Louisiana law · Maine law · Maryland law · Massachusetts law · Michigan law · Minnesota law · Mississippi law · Missouri law · Montana law · Nebraska law · Nevada law · New Hampshire law http://www.nh.gov/government/laws.html · New Jersey law · New Mexico law · New York law · North Carolina law · North Dakota law · Ohio law · Oklahoma law · Oregon law · Pennsylvania law · Rhode Island law · South Carolina law · South Dakota law · Tennessee law · Texas law · Utah law · Vermont law · Virginia law · Washington state law · West Virginia law · Wisconsin law · Wyoming law
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