Hattiesburg, Miss. -- The Pine Belt Regional Solid Waste Authority has lost its hold on flow control laws that required solid waste to go to the authority’s landfill and three transfer stations. The Washington, D.C.-basedand several of its members sued, alleging the local government’s laws violated the Commerce Clause. A federal district court in Mississippi agreed, applying the analysis used by the U.S. Supreme Court in the
Carbone v, Clarkstown
decision from 1994.