6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- Federal law is supreme over state law.
- A state cannot unreasonably discriminate against citizens of other states.
- Any power that is not granted to the national government, or denied to the states, automatically reverts to the states.
- Congress cannot pass a law that punishes a person after the fact.
- A state must recognize the validity of the public acts, records, and court decisions of other states.
- States cannot unreasonably discriminate against individuals.They must treat people "equally."
5 True/False Questions
Establishment (1st Amendment) → Congress cannot pass laws that ban freedom of worship.
Due Process (5th Amendment) → State governments must observe fair procedures when they deny a person life, liberty, or property.
Bill of Attainder → Congress can exercise powers not specifically stated in the Constitution if those powers are "necessary and proper" for carrying out its expressed powers that ARE specifically stated.
Free Exercise (1st Amendment) → State governments must observe fair procedures when they deny a person life, liberty, or property.
Extradition → An accused person who flees to another state must be returned to the state in which he/she allegedly committed the crime.