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The US Supreme Court found in favor of Gibbons, because the Constitution assigns authority to regulate business between the states to Congress under Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 (Interstate Commerce Clause) and specifically prohibits states from charging other states for using their waterways under Article I, Section 9.

The Court's ruling nullified a New York state law and voided the Fulton-Livingston contract that required steamboat owners to buy a license allowing them to operate in New York state waters.

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Gibbons v. Ogden, 22 US 1 (1824)

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The nominal plaintiff (or petitioner) was Thomas Gibbons, owner of a steamboat company based in Elizabethtown, NJ. The respondent (like a defendant) was Aaron Ogden, owner of a rival steamboat company located in New York City.

The real dispute was between the United States and the state of New York; between Federalism and state sovereignty; and between practices established under the Articles of Confederation and laws enacted under the authority of the US Constitution. The United States, Federalism, and the Constitution won.

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Gibbons v. Ogden, 22 US 1 (1824)

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The plaintiff (or petitioner) was Thomas Gibbons, owner of a steamboat company based in Elizabethtown, NJ. The respondent (like a defendant) was Aaron Ogden, owner of a rival steamboat company located in New York City.

The real dispute was between the United States and the state of New York; between Federalism and state sovereignty; and between practices established under the Articles of Confederation and laws enacted under the authority of the US Constitution. The United States, Federalism, and the Constitution won.

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Gibbons v. Ogden, 22 US 1 (1824) was not consolidated with other cases.

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