exclusive" or "plenary" federal power
The most important is her neglect of substantive divisions between state and federal power
expanding federal power
to preempt states, and state and local
International law thus informed the Founders' original understanding of the Ninth Amendment as limiting federal power
to intrude upon powers and rights left to sovereign control of the people in the states.
State infringements on individual rights, he argued, posed a far smaller danger to liberty than expanded federal power
The local government-sponsored candidate was attempting to remove a legal ban on his remaining in power indefinitely, which would have made it easier for President Nestor Kirchner to retain his federal power
The framers also knew that the Constitution's limitations on federal power
were mere words on paper without institutional reinforcement.
Lieberman even voted with Bush to strip Terri Schiavo's husband of his rights--a failed attempt to use federal power
to interfere with a partner's most private and painful decisions.
Is there any real accountability for lethal abuses of federal power
, such as the needless killing of U.
For students, Emanuel (Harvard Law School) presents a study guide on constitutional law that reviews specific cases and concepts dealing with the Supreme Court, federalism and federal power
, federal commerce and other national powers, the commerce clause and congressional action, intergovernmental immunities and interstate relations, separation of powers, due process, equal protection, miscellaneous clauses, state action, congressional enforcement of civil rights, freedom of expression and religion, and justiciability.
If they do, it might explain the unflagging interest of President Bush - and his three predecessors - in raiding the federal power
marketing agency to help underwrite the federal budget.
5) Along the way, Story seemingly dismantled prior states' rights interpretations of federal power
, particularly St.