Commerce Power

Definition of "Commerce Power"
  1. The authority granted to the United States Congress under Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution to manage and regulate trade and commercial activity, particularly between the states
How to use "Commerce Power" in a sentence
  1. The decision to regulate interstate airline travel falls under Commerce Power.
  2. The Commerce Power allows Congress to control commercial activities that have a significant impact on multiple states.
  3. Due to the Commerce Power, Congress was able to pass laws regulating greenhouse gas emissions.

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