Applying the Constitution’s commerce clause to international trade can be a difficult task, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Margaret McKeown wrote in an opinion Wednesday.

So in deciding that a 2003 law prohibiting U.S. citizens from paying minors for sex while overseas is constitutional, McKeown wrote that the court was taking a big-picture look.

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