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|06-25-2012, 09:34 PM||#11|
Member Since: Sep 2008
from the opinion: First, States are precluded from regulating conduct in a field that Congress has determined must be regulated by its exclusive governance... Intent can be inferred from a framework "as pervasive...that Congress has left no room for the States to supplement it" or.....
Hmmmm, I wonder where this could lead.
There sure are a lot of regulations on Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Congress even created a whole organization to deal with these issues. And firearms are directly addressed in the Constitution. So shouldn't all state laws on these subjects be null and void? And state taxes?
How about the drug laws since the DEA is clearly a framework for regulation? The FDA?
The court may have opened Pandora's box. This could get interesting.
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