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T. Greg is under the weather, so it’s an abbreviated episode covering the US Department of Justice lawsuit against California – and how that lawsuit will test the boundaries of federalism envisioned by the Founding Fathers. Join us for a tour of Supreme Court precedent on federal powers versus states’ rights!
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- Attorney General Beauregard sues California over “sanctuary” laws (NY Times)
- The Magna Carta (The History Channel)
- Common Sense by Thomas Paine (Annenberg Learner)
- Federalist No. 69 (Yale’s Avalon Project)
- Our #Law140 on presidential power (Fsck #24)
- McCulloch v Maryland (Oyez)
- Gibbons v Ogden (Oyez)
- Our #Law140 on the Commerce Clause (Fsck #45)
- Lochner v New York (Oyez)
- West Coast Hotel Co v Parrish (Oyez)
- Wickard v Filburn (Oyez)
- Brown v Board of Education (Oyez)
- Heart of Atlanta Motel v US (Oyez)
- US v Lopez (Oyez)
- Printz v US (Oyez)
- Boerne v Flores (Oyez)
- Gonzales v Raich (Oyez)
- NFIB v Sebelius (Oyez)