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Commerce in the Commons: A Unified Theory of Natural Capital Regulation Under the Commerce Clause

@article{Hudson2011CommerceIT,
  title={Commerce in the Commons: A Unified Theory of Natural Capital Regulation Under the Commerce Clause},
  author={B. Hudson},
  journal={Environmental Economics eJournal},
  year={2011}
}
  • B. Hudson
  • Published 2011
  • Economics
  • Environmental Economics eJournal
Scholars continue to debate the scope of Congress’s Commerce Clause authority and whether fluctuations in the U.S. Supreme Court’s Commerce Clause jurisprudence place federal environmental regulatory authority at risk. Yet when one analyzes major Commerce Clause cases involving resource regulation since the beginning of the modern regulatory state, a consistent theme emerges: both the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts of Appeal have consistently upheld federal authority to regulate depletable… Expand

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