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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] 3 2 1 Marbury v. Madison US v. Nixon Munn v. Illinois Year of case: 1803Chief Justice: John MarshallFacts: A landmark US Supreme Court case in which the court formed the basis for the exercise of judicial review in the US under Article III ofthe ConstitutionConstitutional Question: Does the law grant Marbury a remedy? Ruling: 4 votes for Madison, 0 votes against Gibbons v. Ogden 4 Year of Case: 1975Chief Justice: Warren E. BurgerFacts: A grand jury returned indictments against sevenof President Richard Nixon's closet aids in the Watergate affairsConstitutional Question: Is the President's right to safeguard certain information, using his executiveprivilege confidentiality power, entirely immune fromjudicial review?Ruling: 8 votes for US, 0 votes against Clinton v. New York Year of Case: 1824Chief Justice: John Marshall Facts: A landmark decision in which the Supreme Courtof the US held that the power to regulate interstate commerce,granted to Congress by the Commerce Clause of the USConstitution, encompassed the power to regulate navigationConstitutional Question: Does a state have the power togrant an exclusive right to the use of state water waysinconsistent with federal law? Ruling: 6 votes for Gibbons, 0 votes against Year of Case: 1998Chief Justice: William RehnquistFacts: Ruled that the line-item veto as granted in theLine Item Veto Act of 1996 violated the PresentmentClause of the US Constitution because it impermissiblygave the President of the US the power to unilaterallyamend or repeal parts of statuses that had been dulypassed by the US CongressConstitutional Question: Did the Presidents ability to selectively cancel individual portions of bills, under theLine Item Veto Act, violate the Presentment Clause ofArticle I?Ruling: 6 votes for New York, 3 votes against Year of case: 1877Chief Justice: Morrison WaiteFacts: A Supreme Court case dealing with corporate rates and agriculture. The 14th Amendment does not prevent the State ofIllinois from regulating charges for use of a business' grain elevatorsConstitutional Question: Did the state-imposed rates deny thewarehouse and elevator owners equal protection and dueprocess under the 14th Amendment?Ruling: 7 votes for Illinois, 2 votes against 5 5 Landmark Supreme Court Cases that Shaped Government Powers Brianna AnonPeriod 2November 22, 2014
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