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46. If there is an area of interstate commerce that the federal government has chosen not to regulate, the states can: a. Regulate without restriction in that area. b. Regulate in that area so long as the state law does not unduly burden interstate commerce. c. Regulate in that area so long as it first gets the requisite approval from Congress. d. Not regulate in that area because states cannot pass laws affecting interstate commerce. e. Not regulate in that area because the federal government’s decision to not B regulate in an area implies that there is to be no regulation in that area at any level. [difficult p. 55] 47. Under what circumstances can a state impose a tax on goods that are imported from other nations? a. In any circumstance. b. If the tax does not conflict with any valid federal law. c. If the
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Unformatted text preview: amount of the tax is reasonable. d. If the tax also applied equally to the same type(s) of goods produced domestically. e. In no circumstance. D 48. What clause of the United States Constitution did the United States Supreme Court interpret in the Minnesota v. Mille Lacs Bank of Chippewa Indians case? a. The Due Process Clause. b. The Equal Protection Clause. c. The Establishment of the Religion Clause. d. The Freedom of Religion Clause. e. The Commerce Clause. E The Bill of Rights and Business 49. The Bill of Rights is another name for: a. The Articles of Confederation. b. The U.S. Constitution. c. The document that explains the U.S. Constitution. d. The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution. e. The first seven articles of the U.S. Constitution. D [easy p. 57]...
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