Quiz 5 - Quiz 5 Question 1 1 out of 1 points State courts and state legislatures may limit access to court records based on the following Selected

Quiz 5 - Quiz 5 Question 1 1 out of 1 points State courts...

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Quiz 5Question 11 out of 1 pointsState courts and state legislatures may limit access to court records basedon the following:Selected Answer:d. Both a and cAnswers:a. Privacy rights of those involved in legal disputesb. State constitutions or amendments that close court proceedings to the publicc. Specific exemptions written into open records lawsd. Both a and cResponseFeedback:You are correct! The only wrong answer here was b. State Constitutions cannot call for blanket closures of court proceedings because that would violate the 6th Amendment to the Constitution, which calls for a "public trial." Remember that states cannot violate the Constitution or its amendments.Question 21 out of 1 pointsWithin 60-days of a general election, a candidate for office who wishes to advertise on a local television station may purchase ad time at which of the following rates?Selected Answer:c. At the rate equivalent to the lowest price charged to any of the station's advertisers.Answers:a. At the market value of the time slot selected for the ad.b.At the rate equivalent to the median price between the lowest rate and the highest rate charged to other advertisers.c. At the rate equivalent to the lowest price charged to any of
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the station's advertisers.d. At the rate equivalent to the lowest price charged to other advertisers, plus one percent.ResponseFeedback:You are correct! Section 315 of the 1934 Federal Communications Act requires that broadcasters offer the lowest unit rate to candidates within 45 days or a primary election and 60 days of a general election. That is the price equivalent to the lowest rate charged to any advertiser.
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