Reason.tv on “Wheat, Weed, and ObamaCare: How the Commerce Clause Made Congress All-Powerful”

Here is a nice explanation of how the commerce power has been expanded over the years, which features John Eastman, Erwin Chemerinsky . . . and E.G. Marshall! I might quibble a little with how Wickard and Raich are interpreted here, but on the whole I found this to be nice way to explain to nonlawyers why Congress thinks it has virtually unlimited power.

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