Fourteenth Amendment and Commerce Clause

Take a thorough look at Supreme Court cases interpreting and applying two of the most often litigated provisions of the Constitution: Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment and the Commerce Clause. The former involves rights of persons and citizens against government action; the latter involves the scope of congressional and state power to regulate the economy. Related constitutional provisions and concepts and may also be covered. The class is designed to be interactive. It is hoped that members will participate in the discussion.

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