The federal government has the power to regulate trade among the states
Federal courts can determine the constitutionality of a law
The state governments lack the authority to regulate federal business
State courts lack the authority to regulate federal court decisions
Increased the power of the federal government
Provided guidelines for regulating commerce
Shifted more power to the states
Created a higher demand for the National Bank
Established the power of the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional
Increased the power of the Federalists in the legislative branch
Resulted in an increase in the number of Supreme Court justices
Reinforced the power of the Bill of Rights
The extension of slavery was limited.
The president’s use of the veto power was restricted.
The states were given more control over interstate commerce
The powers of the federal government were increased.
The power of the federal government over interstate commerce was strengthened.
The rights of accused individuals were expanded.
The Court declined to hear cases involving disputes between states.
The power of the judicial branch was limited.
Clarified constitutional limits on the right to bear arms
Denied slaves the right to sue in federal courts
Increased the power of the federal government over the states
Upheld funding for the Erie Canal
Courts must abide by a strict interpretation of the Constitution
Federal laws must be approved by the courts before they can take effect
The judicial branch must have a role in the amendment process
The power of judicial review belongs to the courts
The Supreme Court sided with Worcester and the Cherokee, and Jackson applauded the decision
The Supreme Court sided with Georgia, and Jackosn applauded the decision
The Supreme Court sided with Worcester and the Cherokee, and Jackosn ignored the ruling
The Supreme Court sided with Georgia, and Jackson ignored the ruling