McCulloch v. Maryland. McCulloch v. Maryland, case decided in 1819 by the U.S. Supreme Court, dealing specifically with the constitutionality of a Congress-chartered corporation, and more generally with the dispersion of power between state and federal governments.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.