Written by: Neal Fortin
Primary Source: Food Law Blog
Michigan Representatives McMillin, Hooker, and Lund have introduced Michigan House Bill 5336, which would prohibit enforcement of federal law regulating food that was “produced in and remains in” Michigan. Violations of the state law would be punishable by fines or imprisonment or both.
Potential law school exam question: “Discuss the errors in understanding of the United States Constitution reflected in this bill? In particular, explain the scope of the Commerce Clause. Discuss the tail wagging the dog.”
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