What was a result of Gibbons v. Ogden?

Aaron Ogden got permission to operate his steamboats in New York.

Thomas Gibbons was allowed to operate his steamboats in New York.

Thomas Gibbons won a federal license to operate his steamboats.

Aaron Ogden maintained a monopoly on steamboat operation in New York.

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  1. Eslyn
    B, Thomas Gibbons was allowed to operate his steamboats in New York.
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