Constitutionally, it was marvelous.
“As laudable as the prohibition of a particular type of abuse of girls may be…federalism concerns deprive Congress of the power to enact this statute,” Friedman wrote in his 28-page opinion, noting: “Congress overstepped its bounds by legislating to prohibit FGM…FGM is a ‘local criminal activity’ which, in keeping with long-standing tradition and our federal system of government, is for the states to regulate, not Congress.” --H.H. Bernie FriedmanMichigan has a very large band of Muslims living in the State. I have no idea why Michigan's legislature has not acted on this monstrous activity.
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