McCulloch v  Maryland  

summarized by Joseph Gonzalez

This landmark decision was made by the supreme court of the United States.An attempt to have a branch of the second bank of the united states by imposing tax on all notes of banks not chartered by Maryland at the time this was the only out of state bank in Maryland.This case was an example of the constitutional law grants congress implied powers in order to create a functional nation.It also exercise the power of the federal government McCulloch refused to pay the yearly tax that all out of states have to pay in the state of Maryland and was brought all the way up to the supreme court.

the constitutional concepts taxation without representation because of a separate tax only for out of state banks in Maryland.  

effects the out of state banks have to pay a tax in the state of Maryland.

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