McCulloch v Maryland

On January 29, 2019, in Assignments, by lwaddell

McCulloch v. Maryland Assignment

  1. The exercise below gives you a list of Congressional actions. Using the argument in McCulloch v. Maryland determine whether or not the Congressional action below is an implied power of Congress. Your answer must incorporate rationale from the case and Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution.
    1. Congress sets a federal minimum wage.
    2. Congress establishes the United States Air Force.
    3. Congress establishes national parks.
    4. Congress creates federal laws against pollution.
    5. Congress makes laws regarding discrimination in employment.
    6. Congress decides that televisions should have V-chips that enable parents to block certain shows.
    7. Congress passes the Gun-Free School Zones Act prohibiting anyone from possessing a firearm in a school zone.

McCulloch v. Maryland Syllabus from Justia.com

McCulloch v. Maryland Case Brief from Streetlaw.org

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