ONTD Political

natyanayaki 18th-Jan-2013 06:01 am (UTC)
The Feds don't have to follow state law, but can they (legally) act/arrest/prosecute unless multiple states are involved? Fed vs State jurisdiction always confuses me, and at least according to the Printz v. United States case (if I understand it correctly), State and local officers can't be forced to comply with Federal laws requiring background checks (unfortunately). I'm curious as to when the Feds can legally get involved.
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