US v Lopez - The Powers of Congress case study

US v Lopez - The Powers of Congress case study
US v Lopez - The Powers of Congress case study
US v Lopez - The Powers of Congress case study
US v Lopez - The Powers of Congress case study
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No, Congress cannot make any law they want to. Using this case study students will have to determine if Congress even had the Constitutional power to make a perfectly reasonable law.

It is also a good case to use as in introductory demonstration what the Supreme Court really does and what it means to declare a law unconstitutional.

Contains answer sheet

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2 pages plus 2 pages answers
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1 hour
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