GIbbons v. Ogden

GIbbons v. Ogden

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  • Ogden: That traitor, he shouldn't be operating his own boat on MY route.
  • Ogden: How dare you?! You know this is against New York's ruling , I WILL sue you for this.
  • Gibbons: How dare you accuse me of this treachery, take it to court I DARE you!
  • New York Court of Errors
  • All use of the route between New York will be completely under Ogden's order.
  • I refuse to acknowledge this ruling, I'm taking this case to the Supreme Court.
  • Use of my steamboat in "Ogden's route" shouldn't be limited by state permit, when I have a federal permission.
  • US Supreme Court
  • Any license granted under the federal Coasting Act of 1793 takes precedence over any similar licence granted by a state. Therefore, Gibbons has a right to navigate the route.
  • Gibbon v Ogden set the foundation of authority of federal government over state's rights. As well, as a basis for Civil Rights Act of 1964, which linked laws among all 50 states.
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