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The President has the power under Article II of the U.S. Constitution to faithfully execute the laws enacted by Congress. Any power that the President has to regulate international travel of non-U.S. citizens arises from statutes enacted by Congress that give the President (or the executive branch more generally) that authority. Immigration laws, in ...


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Are there any restrictions on the taxes or duties a U.S. state can levy? Yes. For starters, states may not use taxes or other means to impede the federal government in its constitutional exercises of power. This precedent stems from a case called McCulloch v. Maryland from 1819. In 1816, Congress established the Second Bank of the United States. Many ...


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There are at least five main federal limitations on state taxation, in addition to those imposed under state constitutions. Subject to these limitations, the power of states to impose taxes is plenary (i.e. unlimited). Jurisdiction To Tax Activity Within And Outside A State Evidently the states can tax (a) income and property of citizens and entities ...


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