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CONSTITUTIONAL  LAW T. Leigh Anenson, J.D., LL.M.
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FEDERAL PREEMPTION 1) LITERAL CONFLICT BETWEEN STATE  AND FEDERAL LAWS SO THAT IT IS  IMPOSSIBLE TO FOLLOW BOTH 2) FEDERAL LAW SPECIFICALLY  DECLARES THAT IT WILL PREEMPT  STATE REGULATION 3) FEDERAL REGULATION IS PERVASIVE 4) STATE REGULATION IS AN OBSTACLE  TO FULFILLING FEDERAL LAW
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CONGRESS POWER: INTERSTATE  COMMERCE CLAUSE THREE WAYS TO REGULATE : 1) CHANNELS OF  INTER STATE COMMERCE 2) INSTUMENTALITIES OF  INTER STATE      COMMERCE 3)  INTRA STATE ACTIVITIES THAT  “SUBSTANTIALLY AFFECT”  INTER STATE  COMMERCE
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DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE:  TWO WAYS STATES CAN VIOLATE 1) UNDUE BURDEN 2) DISCRIMINATORY
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“RIGHTS” = ENDS-MEANS TESTS CONSTITUTIONAL “RIGHTS” TESTS ENDS ENDS MEANS MEANS STRICT  SCRUTINY COMPELLING   NECESSARY INTERMEDIATE  SCRUTINY IMPORTANT SUBSTANTIALLY  RELATED RATIONAL BASIS LEGITIMATE REASONABLE
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