Osborn v. Bank of the United States
OSBORN V. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES
OSBORN V. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES, (9 Wheaton 738 ), a Supreme Court decision upholding a circuit court ruling against the taxing by a state of branches of the second Bank of the United States. In February 1819, the Ohio legislature levied a tax of $50,000 on each state branch of the second bank. Chief Justice John Marshall's opinion, following the precedent of McCulloch v. Maryland (1819), held the Ohio law unconstitutional. Despite passing a law withdrawing the protection of state laws from the Bank of the United States, the Ohio legislature made no attempt to nullify the Supreme Court decision.
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