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Ch04-TB2-WBL-10e - Chapter4 ConstitutionalAuthorityto...

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Chapter 4 Constitutional Authority to  Regulate Business N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. The Constitution grants certain powers to the national government. ANSWER: T PAGE: 77 TYPE: = 2. Under the Constitution, the executive branch enforces the laws. ANSWER: T PAGE: 78 TYPE: N 3. The   courts   can   hold   acts   of   the   legislative   and   executive   branches  unconstitutional.  ANSWER: T PAGE: 79 TYPE: + 4. Congress may regulate any activity that substantially affects interstate  commerce. ANSWER: T PAGE: 79 TYPE: = 31
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32 TEST BANK 2—UNIT ONE: THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS 5. State police powers relate solely to criminal law enforcement. ANSWER: F PAGE: 80 TYPE: = 6. Under the commerce clause, a state may charge a higher tax on out-of-state  products shipped to in-state locations. ANSWER: F PAGE: 80 TYPE: = 7. The supremacy clause of the Constitution provides that a state law is in- valid when it directly conflicts with a federal law. ANSWER: T PAGE: 80 TYPE: = 8. Congress may tax some states and exempt others. ANSWER: F PAGE: 81 TYPE: = 9. The Bill of Rights consists of the first ten amendments to the Constitution. ANSWER: T PAGE: 81 TYPE: = 10. The Bill of Rights protects individuals against various types of interference  by the states and by the federal government. ANSWER: T PAGE: 81 TYPE: = 11. The First Amendment protects symbolic speech. ANSWER: T PAGE: 82 TYPE: + 12. The courts determine when the laws restricting free speech are justified by  the need to protect other rights. ANSWER: T PAGE: 82 TYPE: = 13. A   restriction   on   commercial   speech   that   implements   a   substantial  government interest may be valid. ANSWER: T PAGE: 85 TYPE: + 14. The First Amendment protects obscene speech.
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CHAPTER 4: CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO REGULATE BUSINESS 33 ANSWER: F PAGE: 86 TYPE: + 15. The First Amendment requires a complete separation of church and state. ANSWER: F PAGE: 87 TYPE: = 16. A state law that places a significant burden on religion is unconstitutional. ANSWER: T PAGE: 87 TYPE: N 17. A law that restricts a fundamental right violates substantive due process  unless it promotes a compelling or overriding state interest. ANSWER: T PAGE: 91 TYPE: = 18. Procedural due process requires that any taking of a person’s life, liberty, or  property by government must be made equitably, or fairly. ANSWER:
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