In this episode… Today we have another installment of a series that has consistently been some of my personal favorite episodes and that consistently get 2x or 3x the views of other videos. Today In Supreme Court History. As of the day I am recording this, June 8th in 2005 the Supreme Court issued their opinion in the case of Gonzalez v Raich (2005)
This case has relevance to innumerable aspects of Constitutional Law. This case is regarded prima Facie, as a Commerce Clause case (Article I, § 8, Clause 3) – It was not only the first time that the court had expanded Congress’ powers under the commerce clause since Wickard v Filburn in 1942, this was a case that did not hinge of the commerce clause, but instead enlarged the “Implied Powers” of the necessary and proper clause.
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