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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. State Taxation (Form of Regulation)
  2. State Secrets
  3. 5th amendment applies to civil matters
  4. Commerce Clause Regulation (Foreign)
  5. Libel
  1. a President does not need to supply evidence in order to protect national security
  2. b Tax must not be so high that an undue burden is created. Must tax in and out of state the same. (Limited by commerce clause)
  3. c The non factual publication of false information that defames and hurts someone
  4. d 1. Exclusive & Total: Can tell states what to do and states cannot do anything besides what the federal government tells them to do (Embargos and trade laws that are set up by fed gov and states must follow)
  5. e Gov needs warrant to search businesses

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. An appropriate portion that shows what portion of the business activity is attributable to the state (Can't tax all business activity income, Can't discriminate taxes in favor of in-state businesses, and can't create undue burden w/ taxes)
  2. Type of business activities that call for national activity (Set rules nationally)... EX: Airline regulations
  3. If you get hurt at work due to unsafe conditions, company will be sued criminally (can be sued civilly)...... NEW CRIME**....
  4. Yes. Can be verbal, written, or symbolic
  5. 1. Not absolute (the more fundamental, the more justification the gov has to restrict it... needs lots of justification to restrict freedom of speech)
    2. Balancing Test (balance between competing interests in deciding where the limits of our rights lie)... Can't yell fire...
    3. Protect minority (Make sure minority are heard... no majority domination)
    4. Variable (society evolves so differences will arise in realm of civil liberties)
    5. Apply to states thru 14th Amend
    -Incorporation doctrine in which certain provisions of the bill of rights are applied against the states

5 True/False questions

  1. Equal Protection (DP) Quasi-strict scrutinyThe standard of review in which the government must prove the law is justified by a compelling government action

          

  2. 14th (Substantive)... (DP)Legislation must be fair w/ justification... more infringing on rights=more justification

          

  3. Businesses' and jobs expectations to privacyCreates consistency from similar crimes

          

  4. 14th applies to government action... (DP)Legislation must be fair w/ justification... more infringing on rights=more justification

          

  5. Equal Protection (DP) Strict ScrutinyThe standard of review in which the government must prove the law is justified by a compelling government action

          

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