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In this paper I will discuss the scope of the commerce power referring to the constitutional language in the Gibbons and heart of Atlanta cases and how the scope of this power affects affect the view that the United States is limited to those powers granted in the ConstitutionFirst what is the scope of commerce power The scope of commerce power is the power given to congress to place limitation on the rights of the states to regulate commerce within their own borders In addition it can be seen as something that can be interpreted differently depending on the power an example of this would be regulating trucking railroad shipping airline transportation industriesSecondly the power referring to the constitutional language in the heart of Atlanta case In the heart of Atlanta case the power referring to the Constitutional language was interpreted in the way that congress saw it unfair to only provide a service to one particular race and denying service to the other after they traveled longer distances forcing them to rely solely on friends to let them stay overnight which is why the supreme court ruled under the Commerce Clause to enact the prohibitions on discrimination found in the public accommodations section of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Third the power referring to the constitutional language in the Gibson case In the gibbons case the power referring to the Constitutional language was interpreted in the way that the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Gibbons and that he should be allowed to operate in the waters because it found his license a legitimate exercise of the regulation of commerce which is found in Article I section 8 of the ConstitutionLast but not least how the scope of this
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