State of Confusion
October 17, 2011
State of Confusion
The state of Confusion is enforcing a law ordering trucks and towing trailers using their roadways to use a B-type truck hitch. The B-type hitch the state is implying about is the only maker in the state of Confusion. The dispute this cause for Tanya Trucker is the effect of this law passing and requiring her drivers to stop in Confusion and obtain the installation of the B-type hitch or drive completely around the vicinity.
The information presented will explain the jurisdiction, of which court Tanya Trucker will be able to file an appeal, what arrangement of the United States Constitution will apply to the ...view middle of the document...
The interstate commerce act has the power to outdistance regulations that manage the actions of the organization. The Interstate Commerce Act demonstrates this in Article one in section nine.
Chessman (2010) stated, “No Preference shall be given by any Regulation of Commerce or Revenue to the Ports of one State over those of another; nor shall Vessels bound to, or from, one State, be obliged to enter, clear, or pay Duties in another” (p. 87 ). The article disclose that the state of Confusion will not be able to obligate truckers or other trailer drivers from other states to install a B-type truck hitch when passing through the state of Confusion. The channels of the interstate
Tanya Trucker will most likely prevail on her case, because of the fact the state of Confusion wanting truckers to stop and buy trailer hitches to help profit their state in which the B-type hitch is not a necessity for other states. However, if the state of Confusion were to use the hitches to help secure roadways and protect members of the community that drive on those roads, Tanya will likely be beat. The only reason the state of Confusion is enforcing this change is...