CDC Wanted to Require Mask-Wearing on “Airplanes, Trains, Buses and Subways, and in Transit Hubs such as Airports, Train Stations and Bus Depots”
The New York Times reports that the CDC asserted the power to require mask-wearing on “airplanes, trains, buses and subways, and in transit hubs such as airports, train stations and bus depots.” The article is vague on the source of statutory authority: it merely cites the agency’s “quarantine powers.” I’ll assume the agency has these delegated authorities. Would this delegation of power be constitutional?
Next, Congress could focus on technologies of travel. It could provide that any person who uses any facility of interstate commerce for travel, whether privately or publicly owned (e.g., a car, a motorcycle, a taxi, a limo, an Uber car, a bus, a subway, a boat, or a plane) shall wear
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