Supreme Court History: U.S. v Lopez (1995)
Supreme Court History: U.S. v Lopez (1995)

Supreme Court History: U.S. v Lopez (1995)

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*Correction*
13:00 I mixed up details about Wickard v. Filburn. Claude R. Wickard was the plaintiff. He sued on behalf of Department of Agriculture et al. & Roscoe Filburn was the farmer charged with violating the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938

In this episode of Categorical Imperatives we take a look at a case from this day in 1995 that was the first time in over 60 years the court struck down a law under the commerce and necessary and proper clauses It was a big win for Federalism and limited government It’s one of my all time favorite rulings, I am sure it will be one of your favorites as well

100 Supreme Court Cases: By Josh Blackman and Randy Barnett: https://conlaw.us/

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