I refuse to allow my bank to be taxed. This is unconstitutional!
You have to pay the tax because of the 1818 legislation bill that was passed
I argue that it is unconstitutional to force my bank to print currency on special paper that is taxed by the state
I now call to order case ID: McCulloch vs Maryland. Petitioner explain your case
The Second National Bank of the United States should have to pay taxes to Maryland just like everyone else. The legislation bill passed affects all out of state banks with no special case exceptions
He is unaware that the Second National Bank was created by congress and so it cannot be taxed by the state since the bank is apart of the Federal Government.
I am confident that I have this case won easily . There's no way the court can side with him
Actually the law passed by Maryland in 1818 is unconstitutional since it forces out of state banks to use paper that is taxed by the state. In this special case the state of Maryland cannot tax a Federally owned bank.
The Supreme Court sided with McCulloch and with the final ruling established the concept of implied powers of congress.