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Chapter 43 Administrative Law N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. State administrative regulations may regulate areas not covered by federal  rules. ANSWER: T PAGE: 870 TYPE: = 2. Enabling legislation is passed by an administrative agency before it begins  any regulatory activities. ANSWER: F PAGE: 870 TYPE: = 3. The Federal Trade Commission is an independent regulatory agency. ANSWER: T PAGE: 871 TYPE: N 4. Congress issues legislative rules when it creates an administrative agency. ANSWER: F PAGE: 871 TYPE: = 5. Administrative rules are not as binding as the laws that Congress enacts. 177
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178 TEST BANK 1—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION ANSWER: F PAGE: 871 TYPE: = 6. The U.S. Constitution provides the legal basis for administrative agencies. ANSWER: T PAGE: 872 TYPE: = 7. Congress may delegate some of its authority to administrative agencies. ANSWER: T PAGE: 872 TYPE: + 8. The Administrative Procedure Act imposes requirements on administrative  review and rulemaking. ANSWER: T PAGE: 873 TYPE: = 9. Notice-and-comment rulemaking is the most common rulemaking process  used by administrative agencies. ANSWER: T PAGE: 873 TYPE: = 10. A  subpoena   duces tecum   is an order to an individual or organization to  hand over certain records, papers, or books. ANSWER: T PAGE: 876 TYPE: = 11. Administrative   agencies  may be  required  to  show  that  information re- quested during the course of an investigation is relevant. ANSWER: T PAGE: 876 TYPE: = 12. Administrative agencies can obtain information through on-site searches  and seizures. ANSWER: T PAGE: 877 TYPE: + 13. An administrative agency will generally initiate an administrative action  against an organization by undertaking formal adjudication. ANSWER: F PAGE: 878 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 43: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 179 14. An administrative law judge rules only on questions of fact, not questions of  law. ANSWER: F PAGE: 878 TYPE: N 15. Judicial review of administrative agency actions is required. ANSWER: F PAGE: 879 TYPE: N
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180 TEST BANK 1—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION 16. Every part of most meetings of a federal agency must be open to public  observation. ANSWER: T PAGE: 881 TYPE: N 17. Congress can review new federal regulations before they take effect.
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