6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- Federal law is supreme over state law.
- A state must recognize the validity of the public acts, records, and court decisions of other states.
- Congress cannot pass a law that punishes a person after the fact.
- The national government must observe fair procedures when they deny a person life, liberty, or property.
- 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.
- This is a protection against unreasonably search and seizure.
5 True/False questions
Takings Clause → Government can take private property for a public purpose, but it must provide fair compensation to the owners of that property.
Establishment (1st Amendment) → Congress cannot establish an "official" region.
Commerce → No state can interfere with the execution of contracts.
Reserved Power → An accused person who flees to another state must be returned to the state in which he/she allegedly committed the crime.
Privileges & Immunities → A state cannot unreasonably discriminate against citizens of other states.