21 - Prince(Printz The state ought to give healthcare...

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Prince (Printz) The state ought to give healthcare benefits – uses the commerce clause Buying and selling insurance is an economic activity Page 618 - commerce clause not being used in the way of its original intent - insurance better use of the commerce clause than gun control - insurance was regulated by states - What is wrong when people are walking without health insurance – does this effect interstate commerce? - If people do not have insurance, when they get sick and have to go to the hospital, they must be helped and tax payer money goes to this Tax vs. Penalty Presidents have enlarged powers (631) – Johnson and Nixon - When president tried to take over the steal industry, Court declared this was illegal because he tried to take legislative power - Korean war was a “peace action” - Military “advisors” are just a code - Cannot carry on a war without money – need the ability to disengage Commander in chief powers, even in times of no declared war, but times of trouble War Powers Act
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course HIST 169 taught by Professor Berry during the Spring '10 term at UPenn.

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