15 April 2012

Judge Rants On Economic Regulation

A rare concurring opinion by a conservative federal appellate judge in a case upholding the constitutionality of milk regulation acknowledges that the precedents allow Congress nearly plenary power to regulate economic activity while decrying path that the Courts have taken since the New Deal to determine that there is no constitutional right to be free of economic regulation.

1 comment:

Andrew Oh-Willeke said...

A post at VC provides context for what this rant means.