As lawmakers try to hammer out a compromise on overhauling regulation of financial markets, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan said today their power to do so has few limits.

“Congress has broad authority under the commerce clause, and certainly most regulation of financial markets that I could think of would substantially affect interstate commerce,” Kagan said at her confirmation hearing, under questioning by Sen. Ted Kaufman, D-Del.

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