GOVERNMENT - Phantom of Brevard sought a declaration that a county ordinance regulating the sale of fireworks was unconstitutional. The appeals court ruled that the legislature did not intend to pre-empt county regulation of fireworks because if it wished to do so, the legislature would have made the distinction clear. Affirmed. Phantom of Brevard Inc. v. Brevard County
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