Dormant commerce clause (Constitutional law), United States. Congress, Legislative Bodies, Appellate courts -- Law & legislation, Legislation -- Economic aspects, Commerce -- Political aspects
The article offers information related to the dormant Commerce Clause doctrine (DCCD), a legal doctrine that courts in the U.S. have inferred from the commerce clause related to the prohibition of the extraterritorial state legislation. It mentions that the clause expressly grants congress the power to regulate commerce among the several states.
Brannon P. Denning,
Extraterritoriality and the Dormant Commerce Clause: A Doctrinal Post-Mortem,
73 La. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/lalrev/vol73/iss4/5