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5 Matching questions

  1. 4 Facial Attacks
  2. Case and Controversy
    Requirement
  3. Vice Advertising
    (Central Hudson)

    Government regulation must:
  4. Voting Issue Not Deemed
    "Fundamental"
  5. Preemption Doctrine:
  1. a  Apply Rational Basis
     The right to be a candidate
    1. Payment of a filing fee
    2. Both minimum and maximum age
    restrictions
  2. b 1. Overbreath
    2. Vagueness
    3. Prior Restraints
    4. Unfettered Discretion
  3. c 1. Directly advance
    2. a substantial governmental interest,
    and
    3. be "narrowly tailored"
  4. d Federal Court adjudication
    requires an actual and definite
    dispute between parties having
    adverse legal interests.
  5. e Any state law in
    an area where Congress intends to
    occupy the field is unconstitutional.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A state may not be sued in federal court by its
    own citizens or citizens of another state
    without consent
  2. A state may regulate abortion
    provided no "undue burden" is
    placed on a woman's right to
    obtain an abortion.
  3. 1. The primary purpose must be secular
    2. Primary effect must neither inhibit nor
    advance religion
    3. No excessive government entanglement
    with religion
  4. Apply 3-part test. Regulation must:
    1. Further a significant government interest
    2. Be narrowly tailored, and
    3. Leave open alternative channels of
    communication
  5. To be obscene the material must:
    1. Appeal to the prurient interest in
    sex;
    2. Depict sexual conduct in a patently
    offensive way; and
    3. Lack serious literary, artistic, political
    or scientific value

5 True/False questions

  1. "Content Specific" RegulationTo be obscene the material must:
    1. Appeal to the prurient interest in
    sex;
    2. Depict sexual conduct in a patently
    offensive way; and
    3. Lack serious literary, artistic, political
    or scientific value

          

  2. Free Exercise Methodology1. Constitution
    2. Act of Congress
    Treaty
    3. Executive Agreement- foreign
    policy/affairs
    Executive Order - domestic policy
    4. State Law

          

  3. Generally Wrong Answers1. General Welfare Clause
    2. Necessary and Proper Clause
    3. 14th A. Privileges and Immunities Clause
    4. Contracts Clause
    5. Distinction between Rights & Privileges
    6. 10th Amendment- caveat New York v.
    U.S.

          

  4. Supremacy Clause

     Supersession Doctrine:
    A federal law
    will supersede any state law in direct
    conflict.

          

  5. "Fundamental" Right to Vote
    Apply Strict Scrutiny: (4)
    1. Discrimination in voting
    2. Reapportionment
    3. Switching party affiliation
    4. Ballot restrictions based on "special
    interests" (land ownership)

          

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