dear writer here are the instructions for this assignment also please type the paper do not copy and paste the paper it should be in word document and also please applique the written assignment and research paper rubric on the paper i will upload the written assignment and research paper rubric please read it first before you start typing the paper here are the instructions:

Cooley v. Board of Wardens, 53 U.S. 299 (1851) was one ofthe first cases to discuss the dormant commerce power.  Pennsylvaniarequired any ships entering or leaving Philadelphia to use a local pilotfor assistance in navigating the harbor. The question for the courtwas, can states “regulate interstate commerce regarding highly localizedmatters when Congress has not created rules in the area with which thestate regulations conflict.” The court held that, states “may regulateaspects of interstate commerce that are local in character; the CommerceClause doesn’t remove from a state all power to regulate interstatecommerce, including the regulation of pilots.” Please visit Justia US Supreme Court website for the full text of Cooley below in the Resources for Assessment. Cooleywas decided more than 160 years ago. What are some other examples ofstates regulating interstate commerce that might be considered highlylocalized by the court?

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  • Your paper should be APA formatted and the body of your paper should be approximately two pages in length. An APA format has been provided for your convenience. 
  • For further guidance on your paper, please refer to the “Written Assignment and Research Paper Rubric.”
  • Assignment should be uploaded in this section before midnight on Sunday.

Resources:

https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/53/299/#annotation

extbook Readings: Constitutional Law Principles & Practice, chapter 6

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dear writer here are the instructions for this assignment also please type the paper do not copy and paste the paper it should be in word document and also please applique the written assignment and research paper rubric on the paper i will upload the written assignment and research paper rubric please read it first before you start typing the paper here are the instructions:

Cooley v. Board of Wardens, 53 U.S. 299 (1851) was one ofthe first cases to discuss the dormant commerce power.  Pennsylvaniarequired any ships entering or leaving Philadelphia to use a local pilotfor assistance in navigating the harbor. The question for the courtwas, can states “regulate interstate commerce regarding highly localizedmatters when Congress has not created rules in the area with which thestate regulations conflict.” The court held that, states “may regulateaspects of interstate commerce that are local in character; the CommerceClause doesn’t remove from a state all power to regulate interstatecommerce, including the regulation of pilots.” Please visit Justia US Supreme Court website for the full text of Cooley below in the Resources for Assessment. Cooleywas decided more than 160 years ago. What are some other examples ofstates regulating interstate commerce that might be considered highlylocalized by the court?

Paper Submission Requirements:

  • Your paper should be APA formatted and the body of your paper should be approximately two pages in length. An APA format has been provided for your convenience. 
  • For further guidance on your paper, please refer to the “Written Assignment and Research Paper Rubric.”
  • Assignment should be uploaded in this section before midnight on Sunday.

Resources:

https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/53/299/#annotation

extbook Readings: Constitutional Law Principles & Practice, chapter 6

you can google the text book name to find the etext and also please click on the link i post under resources

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