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Nec and Proper Clause
The Congress shall have power...to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the the foregoing powers
Location of Nec and Prop Clause
Art I, Sec. 8,
Definition of Necessary in Mc v. Maryland
Necessary can be convenient, useful, and essential to be necessary....does not mean absolute necessity..Necessary means any needs calculated to produce that end
Quote that says const. has to change over time
It is a const. we are expounding.
Location of Commerce Clause
Art I. Sec 8 Cl. 3
Definition of Commerce Clause
Congress shall have the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations,and among the several states with indian tribes
Facts of Gibbons
State granted monopoly to operate steampship...violated ny monopoly
Holding of Gibbons
Congress has extremely broad powers to regulate all commercial activity involving more than one state
Definition of Commerce in Gibbons
Commercial intercourse b/w nations, and parts of nations, in all its branches and is regulated by prescribing rules for carrying on intercourse
Relationship between exchange and navigation (Gibbon)
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