Is Chief Justice Roberts’ View of Health Insurance Penalties as Taxes a Disguised Attack on Congressional Power?
Although none of the justices disputed the fact that the huge health care industry ($2.5 trillion in 2009) engages in interstate ... commerce power broadly. In the 1824 case of Gibbons v. Ogden, Chief Justice John Marshall wrote that Congress can regulate ...
States Move to Reclaim Power Over Intrastate Commerce
It give Congress the power to: “regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes.” According to Constitutional ... have let the Federal government regulate any activity with interstate spillover.
Winning essays honored at Colonial Dames luncheon
Peck, and establishing rules about interstate trade in Gibbons v. Ogden case ... to establish a strong Judicial Branch of government and also give the federal government more power. In the court case of Marbury vs. Madison John Adams appointed several ...
The Commerce Claws and Obama Care
Interstate commerce had become extremely complex with each state setting its own currency and regulations causing ... level responsibility, in Gibbons v. Ogden, and the precedent set in this case stood until the mid 1930s. According to Thomas Woods ...
The Supreme Court And The Commerce Clause
Is abortion a means to regulate interstate commerce? This is an exceedingly steep and slippery slope headed straight toward the precipice of Stalin's and Mao's tyrannical regulation. It is clear that any government ... Court, Gibbons v. Ogden, in 1824.