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5 Matching questions

  1. Bill of Attainder
  2. Article IV Privileges and
    Immunities Clause
  3. Generally Wrong Answers
  4. "Content Neutral" Regulation of
    Time, Place, Manner (Method)
  5. Standing
    Con Standards:
  1. a Apply 3-part test. Regulation must:
    1. Further a significant government interest
    2. Be narrowly tailored, and
    3. Leave open alternative channels of
  2. b Prevents economic discrimination
    by one state against citizens or
    residents of another state,
    UNLESS a substantial
    government interest exists.
  3. c Plaintiff must show a concrete
    personal stake in the outcome.

    1. Injury-in fact (i.e., economic, aesthetic,
    2. Causation/redressibility
  4. d 1. 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.
  5. e Legislative punishment of a
    named group or individual without
    judicial trial.

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. Congress has the power to
    dispose of the territory or other
    property belonging to the United
  3. A threshold requirement of
    government conduct which must be
    satisfied before private discrimination
    can be restricted under the 1st, 4th,
    14th or 15th Amendments (e.g., public
    function; significant state involvement
    or "encouragement").
  4. 1. Overbreath
    2. Vagueness
    3. Prior Restraints
    4. Unfettered Discretion
  5. Any state law in
    an area where Congress intends to
    occupy the field is unconstitutional.

5 True/False questions

  1. Fundamental Right of Privacy

    Advisory Opinions
    Political Questions


  2. RIPENESSFor a case to be ripe, there must be
    a genuine, immediate threat of harm


  3. Abortion (Casey)A state may regulate abortion
    provided no "undue burden" is
    placed on a woman's right to
    obtain an abortion.


  4. Procedural Due ProcessA term used to classify the source
    from which the fundamental rights
    (right to vote, right to travel, right
    to privacy) derive.


  5. To Uphold a State Statute (2)1. Supremacy clause
    2. Any enumerated power of
    Congress (Art. 1, Sec. 8)
    3. Federal property power


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