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Gibbons v. Ogden (1824 )
For some reason, I can't sail in New York waters even though I have a federal license.
Gibbons will never be able to sail in my waters.
State law gives Ogden a monopoly in state waters.
So that is why I cannot sail my steamboat here.
Furthermore, this has been upheld in state courts.
You are a knowledgeable lawyer. I am going to challenge this federally.
2 years later...
They cited the Supremacy Clause and Commerce Clause as constitutional grounds to do this.
Now my business is saved because Justice Marshall and the Court ruled in my favor.
Oh no, my business is ruined because now everybody with a federal license can sail in state waters. The court even had a unanimous decision.
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