Carabell v. Army Corps of Engineers
CJohnson at law.utexas.edu
Thu Dec 29 15:09:58 PST 2005
I just submitted an amicus brief pro se supporting respondents in
Carabell v. Army Corps of Engineers, to be argued this term. The brief
argues taht original intent has almost no states rights in it, and that
power of Congress to protect wetlands and clean water is to be
determined under "general welfare" clause and not "regulation of
commerce." It also argues that "general welfare" is political
question, to be decided by Congress and not by the Court.
If you would enjoy seeing the argument please reply off line.
Calvin H. Johnson
Andrews & Kurth Centennial Professor of Law
The University of Texas School of Law
727 E. Dean Keeton (26th) St.
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 232-1306 (voice)
FAX: (512) 232-2399
For reviews, chapters, discounts and news on Johnson, Righteous Anger at
the Wicked States: The Meaning of the Founders Constitution (Cambridge
University Press 2005) see
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