Originally Posted by Patchman
In the same place where people are granted the right to get married and divorced. Yes, that's state rights but all states follow the Fed constitution and impose very, very few hoops (and reasonably low fees) to jump through to get married or divorced.
There was a line is my undergrad business law textbook that I have never seen expressed elsewhere so clearly. I was something like this:
"The Commerce Clause gives Congress the power to legislate pretty much anywhere they please."
If they can ban food grown for self-consumption, what limits are there? Yeah, they did this: Wickard v. Filburn
, 317 U.S. 111