McCulloch vs Maryland (1819)
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The state of Maryland is now taxing any bank notes from the Baltimore Branch.
That is against the powers of Congress!
Mr.McCulloch you must pay the taxes on bank notes recently required by the state of Maryland.
I refuse to do so
We shall take this case to the Supreme Court
The government is not allowed to tax the federal bank
The Constitution does not specifically state that the government is not allowed to put charters on the bank, nor even create a bank,therefore we can do as such
But why is that so?
The United States Bank cannot be taxed in any state.
Maryland may not tax the bank as it violates the Constitution, therefore it is unconstitutional.
Agreed, as a result of this case we have expressed that the Congress can anything necessary to carry out its expressed power, and as long as it is not prohibited by the Constitution.
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