Is Trump stretching the law to deploy federal police power in cities?

Posted on AllSides July 22nd, 2020
From The Left
ANALYSIS

The federal government has broad power to enforce the laws of the United States, but not to police the streets or maintain order in a city if protests lead to violence.
That has been how the separation of powers between states and the federal government has been understood. The Constitution leaves the “so-called police power” in the hands of state and local officials. It is one of the “powers not delegated the United States” and instead is “reserved to the states,” as the 10th Amendment says.

This principle has...

Read full story
Some content from this outlet may be limited or behind a paywall.

Los Angeles Times

AllSides Media Bias Rating: Lean Left
AllSides Media Bias Rating: Lean Left
106753/84352
See full bias rating for Los Angeles Times
Learn about media bias
https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2020-07-22/legal-analysis-how-much-police-power-do-feds-have-in-cities

More News about Justice from the Left, Center and Right

From the Left

From the Center

From the Right