Today on Legalese we have my fall Supreme Court Roundup. Of the cases the Supreme Court has agreed to hear this upcoming term I have focused on 5 which I believe have a high likelihood of becoming landmark cases in constitutional law jurisprudence. Including on case dealing with the State Legislature Doctrine, based on Article I, Section 4, Clause 1 of the Constitution. As well as 2 commerce clause cases, one dealing with the Indian Commerce Clause and another dealing with the dormant commerce clause as well as anti-commandeering doctrine under the tenth amendment. Finally we have 2 cases regarding Section 230, the statute often referred to as the Internet’s first amendment.
Moore v Harper – independent state legislature doctrine
Haaland v Brackeen – Indian Commerce Clause case
National Pork Producers Council v. Ross –Dormant Commerce Clause
Twitter, Inc. v. Taamneh – Section 230
Gonzalez v. Google LLC – section 230
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