Gibbons vs Ogden

Gibbons vs Ogden
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The court that discussed about the control of the interstate that is it controlled by the states themselves or The Congress.

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  • Alright everyone! We will take a rest in here and from the Hudson river we will move on!
  • I, Aaron Ogden do not allow you to sail through the Hudson River
  • Exactly with which power you do so sire?
  • The Hudson River belongs to New York and the state decides whether a ship sails through this river or not.
  • This cannot be the reason for us not to sail. The Congress Controls the interstate commerce. Not the states.
  • Oh so you don't want to go? Hah! Fine. let's discuss this in the court and tell your story there.
  • Oh God. Do you even know anything about the Law?
  • Gentlemen! What is the problem?
  • Your Honor. The states has the power to control the interstate commerce. But Mr. Gibbons deny it
  • Your Honor. According to Law, The Congress has the power to regulate the interstate commerce by giving license to boats. Not the states
  • And what are you saying Mr. Gibbons?
  • Liar!
  • Mr. Ogden. According to Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3 of The Constitution, The Congress have the power to give license to steam boats or other type of boats in order to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes.I completely agree with what Mr. Gibbons says. He speaks the truth and the law.
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