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A State Law Will Be Held to Violate the Commerce Clause If It?

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The federal government is a form of government where power is divided between the national government and the states. In the United States, the federal government consists of three separate branches. Each branch acts as a check on the others. The three branches are referred to as the executive branch, legislative branch, and the judicial branch. The Commerce Clause gives Congress the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations, several States, and with the Indian Tribes. A state law will be held to violate the commerce clause if it substantially interferes is.
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