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Texas has a not-so-proud 'other' March 2 Independence Day
Some Northern states passed statutes to protect freed slaves, but in 1842 the U.S. Supreme Court in Prigg v.
Writer defends HB460
The bill is based on the long-standing legal principle known as the Anti-commandeering Doctrine, which has been consistently upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court for more than 170 years (see Prigg v.
Three Worst Supreme Court Justices of All-Time
Previously in a concurring opinion written for Prigg v. Pennsylvania (1842), Taney established his pro-slavery bias.
Arizona Committee Passes Bill to End State Participation in Refugee
The Supreme Court established this doctrine primarily through four cases dating all the way back Prigg v. Pennsylvania in 1842. Some states have used the same legal principle to establish “sanctuary cities” to limit cooperation with ICE.
Kansas Bill Would End State Participation In Resettlement of Refugees from
The Supreme Court established this doctrine primarily through four cases dating all the way back Prigg v. Pennsylvania in 1842. Some states have used the same legal principle to establish “sanctuary cities” to limit cooperation with ICE.

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