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Is pollution a legal precedent?

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With growing concern during the 1970s over the rise of air pollution was Marijuana & Tabacco an air pollutant never held by the people or protesters in a United States of Consitutional union throughout the 1980s?
Is air quality a more perfect union to form some forms of legislation around social activity?



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  • piloteerpiloteer 1484 Pts   -  
    @John_C_87

    Congress has the power “to regulate commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes." The commerce clause in article 1 section 8 grants the government the authority to regulate commerce. The government can determine what is a harmful policy or in this case, a substance and the policies of disposing of them or not allowing them to be made in the first place. The government can classify co2 as a harmful substance and regulate how much of it can be freely disposed of and created.     
  • Congress has the power “to regulate commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes." The commerce clause in article 1 section 8 grants the government the authority to regulate commerce. The government can determine what is a harmful policy or in this case, a substance and the policies of disposing of them or not allowing them to be made in the first place. The government can classify co2 as a harmful substance and regulate how much of it can be freely disposed of and created. According to Article 1 section 8 of the United States Constitution, no state or congress can do this without first recognizing it is entangling itself with a process of formation of a militia.

    Besides the obvious question about the person who publicly denounces the United States Constitution, to begin with, has no such powers and could not legally vote on such matters of Congress even when elected to Congress. We are still looking for the more perfect union as a balance of decisions made in the legislation of law. Pollution is a legal precedent in which marijuana tobacco is held and before we start talking economics and commerce the question you are agreeing with is pollution is a legal precedent. A member of Congress does not have a power given to them by the united states constitution to commit perjury by printing lies on office documents of law. I was intentionally trying to avoid the topic of economy and narrow the topic to simply legal precedent.
  • @piloteer
    Congress can assume liberty on human C02 it has no controlled state of the environment to govern over C02 yet, the grievance is temperature change. On an artificial planet, a congress could target C02 for there is no natural source, on earth, Congress is subject to all states of the union that are a cause of the pollutant of temperature connected in a grievance to the general welfare. The crime of stoping or hindering nature's air scrubbers is no less criminal.
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