week 4 test - The doctrine of stare decisis though vital to the creation of the common law when this country was settled is not important to our

week 4 test - The doctrine of stare decisis though...

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The doctrine of stare decisis, though vital to the creation of the common law when this country was settled, is not important to our modern, complex society. Question 25 out of 5 pointsCorrectThe government has the right to take private property through the power of eminent domain. Question 35 out of 5 pointsCorrectThe largest source of new law comes from court decisions. Question 45 out of 5 pointsCorrectThe Civil Rights Act of 1964, a federal statute, forbids discrimination on the basis of national origin in employment. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the administrative agency that oversees the law. The EEOC issued Guidelines on Discrimination because of National Origin. According toone of the guidelines, the EEOC will presume a violation of the law if an employer sets a work requirement that employees must speak only English in the workplace. This is an interpretive rule because it interprets the Civil Rights Act.

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