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Business Law 275 Chapter 4 Constitutional Authority to Regulate Business
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Constitutional Authority to Regulate Business I. The Constitutional Powers of Government II. Business and the Bill of Rights III. Due Process and Equal Protection
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I. The Constitutional Powers of Government A. A Federal Form of Government Constitution delegates certain powers to national government States retain all other powers
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I. The Constitutional Powers of Government A. The Separation of Powers 3 branches of government Separate functions Each has power to limit actions of others Checks and balances
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I. The Constitutional Powers of Government A. The Commerce Clause 1. The Commerce Clause and the Expansion of National Powers Congress can regulate commerce with: Foreign nations Interstate commerce Commerce that affects interstate commerce Greatest impact on business than any other To insure uniformity in business
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Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States
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I. The Constitutional Powers of
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