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CH 5 notes on Constitutional Law

CH 5 notes on Constitutional Law - Chapter 5...

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Chapter 5: Constitutional Law Relations Among States [slide] Full Faith and Credit Clause the court in one state honors the judgement or orders in another state Check and Balances The Commerce Clause [slide] Power to regulate commerce within state that substantially affects interstate commerce (intrastate commerce)- (Gibbons vs. Ogden) Commerce is all business dealings interstate commerce is commerce between states (duh) Gibbons v. Ogden- Congress has the power to regulate commerce that substantially affects interstate commerce (look at audio) It was expanded with Wickard v. Fillburn (you don't need to know the case names for the class) Commerce cannot act unless it is from some authority The Supreme Court interprets the Constitution, so it can expand or diminish power Heart of Atlanta Motel- response- they are denying commerce to a part of the population even thought they were minorities. Therefore interstate commerce is affected. It
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