Admin Law Final - Administrative Law Professor Farmer...

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Administrative Law Professor Farmer Summer 2007 Final Examination This exam consists of two questions each question is worth 50 points for a total of 100 points. You will have two hours and ten minutes to complete this exam. It is recommended you budget 70 minutes for the first question and 60 minutes for the second question. QUESTION ONE STARTS ON THE NEXT PAGE
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Question One: Congress enacts the following legislation, known as the Music Act: 1 USC 100: All songs performed by any artist must be classified as “Restricted” or “All Audiences.” Restricted songs can only be performed in the presence of persons 18 years or older. 1 USC 101: Any person who willfully violates 1 USC 100 is subject to a $1,000.00 fine per person who is under the age of 18 years old at said performance. 1 USC 102: Any song that is deemed “Restricted” may only be purchased by a person 18 years old or older. 1 USC 103: Any person who violates 1 USC 102 is subject to a $1,000.00 fine per unlawful purchase. 1 USC 104: Song lyrics must be clearly and conspicuously published with every song sold. 1 USC 105: Congress hereby creates the Music Action Department (“MAD”) to administer the Music Act. MAD has the authority to make all rules and regulations deemed necessary and proper to carry out the terms of the Music Act. First Regulation Created By MAD. After creation of the Music Act, MAD decides to begin informal rulemaking proceedings.
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