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However, with Interstate Travel (travel from state to state) federal laws override state law. Congress derives this authority from the "Commerce Clause" in the United States Constitution. Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution provides that Congress may "regulate Commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian Tribes."
Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
reply to post by MichiganSwampBuck
a law can't nullify a constitutional right
Originally posted by Vitchilo
After the revolution, the commerce clause should get the boot.
Originally posted by showintail
Oh. My. Goodness. How credible is this site? Havent read it yet, but I will. I'm guessing this would effect the tsa, so the gov wont have none of that. Would the no fly zone effect the u.s. Bases here? I need to hear other opinions please! Ok, off to read. Those are just my first thoughts that ran through my head
Originally posted by Mudman21
I say pass the bill and then watch the people of Texas riot after their government has restricted them from flying in and out of the state. This could be a huge win for the state if they would just call the governments bluff. Could you imagine the uprising from people if the government did this!
Pass the bill and let everything fall into place!