What's holding up Docket No. 03-1454, Gonzales v. Raich et al?
Randy Barnett, who argued before the Supreme Court for Raich, links to a UPI write-up that "One thing they certainly will not do is rule against the government . . ." Mike Cernovich notes that "The government has petitioned for cert. in three recent cases, but has also asked that the Court hold the cert. petitions pending the outcome of Raich. ... If the Court sides against Raich, it's unlikely that Maxwell, Smith, or Stewart will stand. All three cases, like Raich, involve the intrastate production or possession of materials for which there is a national market (machine guns and child pornography). But it's worth keeping an eye on them." Read more from Cernovich in "Raich, Child P*rn, and Machine Guns."
Posted by Product Team on April 25, 2005 at 04:01 PM | Permalink
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