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Delegation of Governmental Power to Private Parties

A Comparative Perspective

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        StatementOxford University Press, USA
        PublishersOxford University Press, USA
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        LC ClassificationsDecember 28, 2007
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        Paginationxvi, 111 p. :
        Number of Pages91
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        ISBN 100199298246
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Section 230's unconstitutional delegation of power to Big Tech

In re PennEast Pipeline Co. The respondents and the dissent do not dispute that the Federal Government enjoys a power of eminent domain superior to that of the States. Private parties cannot deprive unpopular citizens of constitutional rights when governing the public square: By granting Big Tech immunity from civil liability when restricting material from the internet it deemed objectionable, Congress encouraged and indirectly authorized private parties to regulate speech.

154 See 24 Weekly Comp. The Court has upheld these exercises of the federal eminent domain power—whether by the Government or a private corporation, whether through the upfront taking of property or a condemnation action, and whether against private property or state-owned land.at 6—7 ; see Wisconsin Dept.

Thus, while the imposes no bar on the federal taking of state land, Guy F.

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See post, at 6—7; Brief for Respondent NCJF 37; Brief for Respondent New Jersey et al. Separating the two would diminish the eminent domain power of the federal sovereign, which the State may not do.

Regardless whether the Federal Government must speak with unmistakable clarity when delegating its freestanding exemption from state sovereign immunity assuming such a delegation is even permissible, see Blatchford, 501 U. Congress judged private condemnation suits to be the most efficient way to construct natural gas pipelines, and to this point, States have cooperated.

Because PennEast sued in federal court, state-law immunity is not implicated here. It can be exercised either by public officials or by private parties to whom the power has been delegated.