Rule: Congress may regulate intrastate, non-commercial activity that may have a
substantial cumultative effect on interstate commerce.
The wisdom, workability, or fairness of the plan regulation the court will have
nothing to do with. Extreme deference is given to Congress on issues of Commerce
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