When Congress passed a criminal statute called the "Gun-Free School Zones Act," the Supreme Court ruled that:
a. the law was valid as a proper exercise of the power to regulate ...
... interstate commerce.
b. the law was void for vagueness; thus, it was not valid.
c. the law was not valid since Congress exceeded its power under the Commerce Clause.
d. although the law was not a proper exercise of the power to regulate interstate commerce, Congress had the power to create such legislation on other grounds. Therefore, the statute was valid.
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