Does Hatch Act illustrate why the Court needs to reinvigorate the Tenth Amendment?
Michael Cernovich thinks so. He writes, "If any law illustrates how wrongly decided South Dakota v. Dole was, then it's the Hatch Act. Under the Hatch Act, a state employee can't run for certain state elective offices. In other words, the federal government regulates who can run for state office. Wow. How does this work in real life ..."
What do you think? Comment here.
Posted by Product Team on May 23, 2005 at 01:33 PM | Permalink
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