In United States v. Corum,12 the Eighth Circuit examined two categories of congressional commerce power used to eradicate religious discrimination.13 The result in this case perpetuates a split among the circuits regarding the extent of congressional authority to regulate non-economic, criminal activity. 14 This Note examines the parameters of the Commerce Clause and the continuing confusion in the Courts of Appeals following the Supreme Court's holdings in United States v. Lopez'5 and United States v. Morrison.16
Courtney C. Stirrat,
Local Man Phones Spiritual Leaders, Ends Up in Federal Prison: Congressional Commerce Power to Curb Discrimination Motivated Violence,
70 Mo. L. Rev.
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