Recently a federally funded study of public schools determined that we were not, as a nation, producing children who would optimize their earning potential. The lost wages have been estimated to be well into the billions. The study suggested that eliminating all current athletic programs nationwide and establishing a mandatory hour of yoga for each student 3 times per week would significantly increase students' earning potentials. The study itself is flawless and incontrovertible. Based on these findings, Congress passes a bill which puts the recommendation into effect. When a parents; coalition sues, the government defends citing the Commerce Clause. Will the defense succeed?