Commerce Clause: federal government can do something because it affects interstate commerce (e.g. regulate violence against women, I don't care what the case law says).Dormant Commerce Clause: a state government can't do something because it tramples on federal government's power to regulate interstate commerce (e.g. you can't say that only locally produced milk can be sold in your supermarkets).I think that's right. People should feel free to step in and correct as necessary.
So the CC deals with economic and noneconomic activity and the DCC deals only with economic activity?Basically, federal law trumps state law?