ISBN-10:
1454894822
ISBN-13:
9781454894827
Pub. Date:
09/12/2018
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Constitutional Law: Cases Materials and Problems, 2018 Supplement

Constitutional Law: Cases Materials and Problems, 2018 Supplement

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Constitutional Law: Cases Materials and Problems, 2018 Supplement

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ISBN-13: 9781454894827
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 09/12/2018
Series: Supplements Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

Table of Contents

I Judicial Review 1

A Marbury and "The Power to Say What the Law Is" 1

C The Case or Controversy Requirement 1

3 Mootness 1

United States v. Sanchez-Gomez 1

4 Standing 5

Clapper v. Amnesty International USA 5

Problems: More on Standing 14

Gill v. Whitford 16

II National Legislative Power 33

D Power to Spend for the General Welfare 33

2 Modern Civil Rights Cases 33

Problem 33

III The Federal Executive Powers 35

C Additional Separation of Powers Issues: Nondelegation and Vetoes 35

c The President's Signing Statements 35

Notes 36

D The President's Appointments and Removal Powers 36

1 The President's Appointments Power 36

Lucia v. Securities and Exchange Commissions (SEC) 37

Notes 44

2 Removal Powers 44

F Foreign Affairs and Commander-in-Chief Powers 45

1 Foreign Affairs Powers 45

Problem 45

Trump v. Hawaii 46

2 Immigration Policy 60

3 War and the Commander-in-Chief Power: Formalism Versus Functionalism 60

Ortiz v. United States 61

J The Pardon Power 66

IV The Relationship Between the States and the Federal Government 67

Problem 67

D Federal Commandering of States Resources 67

Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Assn. 67

E Other Federalism Issues 72

4 Sanctuary Cities 72

V State Power to Regelate Commerce 75

C Nondiscriminatory Burdens on Interstate Commerce 75

2 Modern Applications of the Southern Pacific Test 75

South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. 75

E Interstate Privileges and Immunities Clause 80

VI State Action 81

C State Involvement of Encouragement 81

3 Government Funding 81

Problem: Soldier Field 81

VII Procedural Due Process 83

B Adjudicative Determinations 83

2 Procedural Requirements 83

VIII Substantive Protection of Economic Rights 85

B The Takings Clause 85

Murr v. Wisconsin 85

IX Substantive Due Process: Modern Fundamental Rights 95

B The Right of Privacy 95

2 Abortion 95

6 Sexual Orientation 96

7 Transgender Status 97

Note: Bathroom Access 97

Problems 97

8 Right to Die 97

9 A Constitutional Right to Sexual Gratification? 98

Problem 98

10 A Constitutional Right to Clean Water? 98

Problem: The Flint Michigan Case 98

X Equal Protection 99

B Racial Classifications 99

4 Affirmative Action 99

Note: The Trump Guidance 99

C Gender Classifications 99

4 Discrimination Against Men 99

Note 99

H The Fundamental Rights Strand of Equal Protection 100

4 Voting 100

a Denial of the Right to Vote 100

b Dilution of the Right to Vote 101

(2) Political Gerrymandering 101

Notes 101

(3) Racial Gerrymandering 102

Bethune-Hill v. Virginia State Board of Elections 102

Gooper v. Harris 113

XI Freedom of Speech 133

B Historical Intentions and Underlying Values 133

2 Underlying Values 133

B Categories of Speech 133

1 Advocacy of Illegal Action 133

e Modern Cases 133

2 Fighting Words and Hostile Audiences 134

3 Offensive Speech 135

4 Defamatory Statements 138

c Private Plaintiffs 138

d Fact Versus Opinion 140

Problems 140

5 Privacy 140

7 Obscenity 141

a Defining Obscenity 141

8 Child Pornography 142

Notes 142

11 "Hate" Speech 142

12 True Threats 144

13 Possible Additional Categories for Exclusion of Speech Protection 145

14 Commercial Speech 145

National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra 147

C Symbolic Speech 161

D Overbreadth and Vagueness 162

E Prior Restraints 163

1 Licensing 163

2 Injunctions 163

F The Press 165

3 Press Access 165

G Access to Government Property 165

Notes 169

H First Amendment Rights of Public Employees 174

2 Other Employee Speech 174

Problems 175

I Government Support of Speech 176

Matal v. Tam 176

Problems 185

1 Government as Educator and Speech Rights of Students 186

K Advancing Technology 186

Packingham v. North Carolina 190

Problems 198

L Freedom of Association 199

2 The Right "Not to Speak" 199

Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees 199

M Campaign Finance Laws [Online Materials] 210

2 Corporate Speech 210

3 Judicial Elections 211

XII The Religion Clauses 213

A The Establishment Clause 213

4 Official Acknowledgement 213

B The Free Exercise Clause 214

1 Burdens on Religion 214

c Modern Cases 214

C Establishment, Free Exercise, and Free Speech Tension 214

Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Director 214

XIII The Right to Keep and Bear Arms 229

E Modern Case Law 229

3 Types of Arms Protected 229

4 Standard of Review of Firearms Regulations 229

b Application to the Right to Arms in the Lower Courts 229

(i) The Categorical Approach 229

(ii) Heightened Standard of Review 230

5 The Right Outside the Home 231

6 Commercial Firearms Sales 232

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