anonymous
  • anonymous
Does the Constitution ever mention Congress having the ability to create a national drinking age? More importantly, would that be an implied or reserved power?
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wwhitlock
  • wwhitlock
Alcohol consumption is only mentioned in the Prohibition amendments. States regulate alcohol sales. Which makes it a power reserved to the states
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks, I'm studying the South Dakota vs. Dole case of 1987 right now and explaining my speculation of Congress overstepping their boundaries - had to ask that.
wwhitlock
  • wwhitlock
Don't know much about that case. But, yeah, lots of overstepping by all 3 branches of Federal govt out there.

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