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9. In most subject matter areas the federal government and state governments have concurrent jurisdiction to regulate activity. T [moderate p. 50] The Commerce Clause 10. The Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution gives Congress the power to regulate interstate commerce, as well as commerce with foreign nations and with Indian tribes. T [moderate p. 52] 11. Hunting, fishing, and gathering rights in Minnesota granted to the Chippewa Indians in 1837 were found to be valid today even though the State of Minnesota has since been admitted to the union. T [moderate pp. 52-53] 12. Congress has the authority to regulate an activity that does not itself involve interstate commerce if the activity does have an effect on interstate commerce. T [moderate p. 53] 13. The U.S. Supreme Court has determined that gender-motivated crimes of violence do not fall within the definition of commerce under the U.S. Constitution. T [easy pp. 54-55] 14. The police power of a state gives the state much general authority to regulate business.
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Unformatted text preview: T [easy p. 55] 15. A state can regulate in areas affecting interstate commerce where the federal government has chosen not to regulate if the state law does not place an undue burden on interstate commerce. T [moderate p. 55] 16. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that garbage that is transported across state lines involves interstate commerce even though the garbage does not have any economic value. T [moderate p. 56] The Bill of Rights and Business 17. The first 10 amendments that were added to the U.S. Constitution are known as the Bill of Rights. T [moderate p. 57] 18. Since their creation, the protections in the Bill of Rights have generally been applicable to state and local governments as well as the federal government. F [easy p. 57] 19. The First Amendment protects symbolic speech as well as actual spoken or written speech. T [easy p. 5...
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