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In McCulloch v. Maryland, the state was the plaintiff. The state of Maryland believed that the federal bank should pay state taxes because they were operating on their land and using their resources. The United States Supreme Court in McCulloch v. Maryland ruled in favor of the defendant, Andrew McCulloch.What was the outcome of McCulloch v Maryland?
The following statement explains the outcome and significance of the McCulloch V. Maryland case; ". The Supreme Court decided in favor of McCulloch, that the United States could operate a national bank and states cannot tax the national government.". The correct answer is B.What was the main issue in the case of McCulloch v Maryland?
McCulloch v. Maryland was the 1819 Supreme Court case dealing mostly with the issue of Federalism. The creation of a National Bank was encouraged by Alexander Hamilton, but opposed by Thomas Jefferson, due to lack of authority given by the Constitution. A National Bank was chartered, but then died 20 years later.What was the constitutional question in McCulloch v Maryland?
The Supreme Court Case McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) was a monumental Supreme Court decision in that it established the principles in constitutional law of implied powers, and that state actions cannot impede valid constitutional exercises by the Federal government.