Compare And Contrast Gibbon Vs Ogden

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In Gibbson v. Ogden, 9 Wheat. 1 (1824), the court ruled that it is the power of Congress to regulate the way by which commerce is taking place. The court also ruled that the type of commerce that the Congress has the power to regulate should be that of which are exclusively internal commerce of a State and those which concern more States than one. Unlike Gibbson v. Ogden, in which the state gave exclusive rights to waters – a matter whose resultant did not affect the state adversely had it not done so, the uninsured individuals, whose actions lead to the burden of cost falling on the government, directly affect the state adversely. Therefore, one interpretation of Gibbson v Ogden can lead the court to support the state because it is indirectly

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