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Power to set wages for state employees is a function essential to the states' independent existence.
Congress can suppress a monopoly. Commerce is not a unit.
Congress can encourage but cannot compel
Overruled National League of Cities, Federal Labor Standards Act was constitutional
Established the cumulative effects test.
Congress can make laws necessary to give effect to treaties.
Congress can make conditional the receipt of federal moneys based on compliance with a federal statute.
Gave meaning to the contract clause. States cannot rescind contracts.
Significance Case
Congress can regulate the use of private property when it has an affect on public interest.
Congress violated the Fifth Amendment when it established the Minimum Wage Board of D.C.
Upheld constitutionality of the Minnesota Mortgage Moratorium Act of 1933.
Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act was unconstitutional. Handgun ownership does not affect interstate commerce.
Struck down Section 3 of the National Industrial Recovery Act.
Non consenting states cannot be subjected to private suits in state courts.
Violence Against Women Act of 1994 was unconstitutional.
Mining is not commerce. Upheld E.C. Knight Standard.

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