Congress, under the Commerce Clause, may regulate businesses local in scope, if their business
activities have some impact on interstate commerce.
Concurrence –    The Commerce Clause should not be the sole justification for the Court’s opinion. The
14th Amendment may be more apt here. Individual constitutional rights should be of more importance than the interstate transportation of products
After this case, Congress’s regulatory power has been unlimited, as a result almost certainly not intended by the Constitutions’ framers.