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Resource ID: #18013
Subject: Environment
Source: ABA Journal
Affiliation: 
Date: February

Description

Somewhere within the powers granted by the "commerce clause" of the constitution lies the right to keep restaurants from discriminating against customers and to regulate ponds on private property used by migratory birds. Ghannam reports on the changes to civil rights and other rights that might be effected if the commerce clause is weakened by the Supreme Court.

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