"Local" prohibitions are done under the police power of the state. The police power can be activated by anything that presents a danger to the public health, welfare and safety. The polpow is extensive and unlimited, but the danger must be specified and demonstratable, must be constitutional, and the remedy being possible and effective. Read the Slaughterhouse cases for more. -WT-
No cites, naturally. Endless baseless assertions. -roscoe-
Roscoe, how can you keep up your pretense to any credibility on this forum? -- WT cites Slaughterhouse, and then goes on to present more arguments as to common law, etc, -- and you blithely ignore them, make a partial quote, and then lie about that.
Incredible, lying chutzpah. You have no honor.
posted on 01/12/2003 7:19:59 PM PST
WT cites Slaughterhouse
Which doesn't say that "Any prohibition or limitation in the states is done under the polpow."
And ff course, you can produce no such assertion from the court. No cites or fake cites are your speed.
posted on 01/12/2003 8:57:29 PM PST
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