Speed Limit And DC

Dennis Putnam GTILL at ASNTSU.ASN.NET
Thu Jun 22 09:53:10 MDT 1995


In-Reply-To:  AptMaster AT aol.com -- Thu, 22 Jun 1995 01:08:17 -0400
 
>
>Exactly where in the Constitution does it state that the federal gov't has
>power to regulate highway speeds????  Hmmm?
>
>-Darin
 
You probably already know this but its called the Golden Rule: He who has
the gold rules. This is done not by law but by extortion. DC refuses to
give the taxpayers back there own money unless they bow to DC's decrees.
They do, however, have the power to regulate interstate commerce so DC
will continue to limit ICC licensed buses and trucks. That being said,
DC is then responsible for enforcing those limits. Interesting question is
suppose the states refuse to enforce Federal speed limits, as they are not
under any legal obligation to do so?
 
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Dennis Putnam
Huntsville, AL



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