Cases for Con Law 1

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If contest enemy status and American citizen the at least entitled to a neutral judge
Congress cannot change what the constitution gives
Necessary and proper clause is the convenient useful and proper clause
Regulating medicinal weed is economic activity
If the act was not within official acts then no immunity
Example of meeting de facto discrimination
Example of meeting strict scrutiny
Cannot tell a state executive branch how to enforce state laws
If the task is not within the original power of the states they do not have it now
If there is any executive power then congress cannot remove
President has the power to terminate a treaty unilaterally is a political question
If congress appoints then officered can only do legislative activities
Can regulate states in the same way as regulate private
Congress has exclusive power to regulate undesirable interstate commerce
Guns in school zones and 3 areas congress may regulate
The commerce clause is not around to require states to exercise their police power to prevent unfair competition
Discrimination cases
Removed the manufacturing distinction
An interpretation of the constitution carries the weight of the constitution
Now it comes down to whether the activity places a substantial economic effect on interstate commerce
An example of category 1 of presidential power - action has happened over a long time so consent
Dormant commerce clause exception 2
SCOTUS has judicial review over state cases
Has to be an economic activity for congress to regulate it in interstate commerce
The preamble of the constitution is not a source of law
Big preemption case
Balancing test used in de facto discrimination
Under habeas look if presidential power is allowed under jackson's concurrence
HoldingCase name
Incentives no punishment when regulating a state only activity
The most important habeas case
Dormant commerce clause exception 3
Any official with executive power must be removable by the president OR someone that the president can remove at will
Current law in dormant commerce clause is no discrimination
States have to listen to the holdings of SCOTUS
Any legislative action has to go through presentment and bicameralism
Limitations on the spending power
An interpretation of the equal protections clause is not a political question
Delegation doctrine have to have legislative purpose and guidelines
Dormant commerce clause exception 1
A president's official acts while sitting are always immune
Hamilton said power to tax must be used to provide for the general welfare of the state
Will the restriction on removal impede the president's power
Federal courts have no jurisdiction over enemy aliens held outside the USA
Home processing example
Court can determine qualifications for house representatives
Privilege cannot be based on a generalized interest
Guantanamo bay is now USA territory
SCOTUS has the power to review acts of congress
Line item veto act did not provide guidelines
If admit to enemy status the constitution does not extend the right to a jury trial
If want to sue a state for money have to use what amendment
A political question is about not stepping on the toes of other branches
Impeachment is a political question
Political question six factor test
Separation of powers big case with jackson's concurrence

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