Are Corporations Entitled to Free Speech?
Founding Fathers on Speech Were the Founding Fathers skeptical of corporations generally? More importantly, did they express concerns about ... were crashing to earth in the wake of the 1824 Gibbons v. Ogden decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Chief Justice John Marshall
They are said to be repugnant: first, to that clause in the Constitution which authorizes Congress to regulate commerce; second, to that which authorizes Congress to promote the progress ... that prescribes this rule. We do not, therefore, think ourselves ...
Doomed to Repeat History
Lunch counter operators wanted to not do business with black patrons ... A New York steamboat owner argued in the 1824 case called Gibbons v. Ogden that Congress lacked the power to regulate New York’s internal waters. Writing for a unanimous Court ...
Conservative Legal Experts Oppose “Federal Tort Reform”
It’s remarkable that Texas Governor Rick Perry would call for "federal tort reform" and ... his signature case, Gibbons v. Ogden, on the Tenth Amendment Center website: "Gibbons v. Odgen is often appealed to, as Justice Jackson did, for a very broad ...
Ask an Expert: Entrepreneurs gain from health care law
There are all sorts of things legislatures tell you to do and not do. That is what a law is ... The broad scope of the commerce clause was first enunciated in 1824, in Gibbons v. Ogden, when the Court ruled that the power to regulate interstate commerce ...