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What was one result of the Supreme Court’s
decision in Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)?
(1) The power of the federal government over
interstate commerce was strengthened.
(2) The rights of accused individuals were
expanded.
(3) The power of the judicial branch was limited.
(4) The Court declined to hear cases involving
disputes between states.


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BarbieGirl1

2 years ago Comment

The result of the supreme court's decision in Gibbons V. Ogden (1824) was that The power of the federal government over interstate commerce was strengthened.