2. Separation of Powers and Congressional Powers
6. The Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment
9. Freedom of Expression
10. Freedom of Religion: Free Exercise Clause
11. Contracts Clause, Ex Post Facto, and Bill of Attainder
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In this video, you should consider the following:
- Congress may regulate any activity if there is a rational basis supporting the congressional belief that the activity affects interstate commerce, provided the means selected are reasonably adapted to the end sought to be achieved.
- Congress may not regulate purely local matters if they do not affect interstate commerce.
Delivered by:Professor Melissa A. Hale