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20. The Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment made most of the guarantees contained in the Bill of Rights applicable to the federal government. F [moderate p. 57] 21. Commercial speech and offensive speech both receive only limited protection under the U.S. Constitution. T [moderate p. 59] 22. Because of the First Amendment, a city could not prohibit billboards along its highways for safety and aesthetic reasons. F [moderate p. 59] 23. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) can regulate the use of offensive language on television even though the First Amendment applies to such speech. T [moderate pp. 59-60] 24. The establishment clause of the U.S. Constitution allows the federal government to establish which religions are entitled to protection. F [moderate p. 63] 25. The Equal Protection Clause generally requires that businesses, both private and public,
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Unformatted text preview: treat similarly situated persons similarly. F [moderate p. 65] 26. The Establishment Clause prohibits the government from establishing a government- sponsored religion but not from promoting one religion over other religions. F [moderate p. 65] 27. The level of scrutiny in equal protection cases refers to how difficult it is for alleged equal protection violations to be justified. T[moderate p. 65] 28. Substantive due process generally addresses the issue of whether or not a law is reasonably clear. F [moderate p. 66] 29. The Privileges and Immunities Clause protects individuals, but not corporations. T [moderate p. 68] 30. The strict scrutiny test is used in Equal Protection Clause cases involving sex or age discrimination. F [moderate p. 65]...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course LAW 101 taught by Professor Steinfield during the Spring '11 term at UCSC.

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