A - A.DualFederalism ArticleI,section8ofConstitution

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A. Dual Federalism Article I, section 8 of Constitution  Regulate interstate commerce and intrastate commerce that has substantial  effect on interstate commerce Supremacy Clause Power of judicial review -- judicial activism v. judicial restraint B. Bill of Rights 1. Original intent v. evolving document approaches to interpretation 2. Application- 3. Selected amendments First Amendment (1791) -- "Congress shall make no law respecting an  establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the  freedom of speech . . . ." Garcetti v. Ceballos - Ceballos work under Garcetti and claims that Garcetti is lying about  the information. Garcetti fired Ceballos when he found out.  Decision: Decision stands  4. Fourth Amendment (1791) -- "The right of the people to be secure in their  persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and 
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A - A.DualFederalism ArticleI,section8ofConstitution

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