immune from prosecution in the state they are working do not pay taxes premises

Immune from prosecution in the state they are working

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- immune from prosecution in the state they are working - do not pay taxes  - premises are protected AA 41 respect laws. when diplomats do wrong things in the countries they work in, they  become persona non-grata (falling out of grace)
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POLI 4020: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Question 1 Complete 7.00 points out of 7.00 Flag question Question text Matching Williamson v. Lee Optical (1955) Answer 1Choose...McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)An exception to the rule that since 1937, Congressional legislation based on the interstate commerce clause has generally been upheld.Interpreted Fourteenth Amendment (liberty) more narrowly, and police powers more broadly.Ruled that state laws regulating business need only demonstrate a rational argument for exercising such regulations as part of their police powers.Earliest case to interpret "commerce"; ruled that "commerce" covers not just goods traded across state borders.Involved a clash between states rights (to pass personal liberty laws) and the Fugitive Slave Act (based on the Fugitive Slave Clause)Narrowed interpretation of economic liberty under 14th; broadened definition of interstate commerce West Coast Hotel v. Parrish (1937) (case about a state law that Answer 2Choose...McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)An exception to the rule that since 1937,
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regulated minimum wage) Congressional legislation based on the interstate commerce clause has generally been upheld.Interpreted Fourteenth Amendment (liberty) more narrowly, and police powers more broadly.Ruled that state laws regulating business need only demonstrate a rational argument for exercising such regulations as part of their police powers.Earliest case to interpret "commerce"; ruled that "commerce" covers not just goods traded across state borders.Involved a clash between states rights (to pass personal liberty laws) and the Fugitive Slave Act (based on the Fugitive Slave Clause)Narrowed interpretation of economic liberty under 14th; broadened definition of interstate commerce Prigg v. Pennsylvania (1842) Answer 3Choose...McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)An exception to the rule that since 1937, Congressional legislation based on the interstate commerce clause has generally been upheld.Interpreted Fourteenth Amendment (liberty) more narrowly, and police powers more broadly.Ruled that state laws regulating business need only demonstrate a rational argument for exercising such regulations as part of their police powers.Earliest case to interpret "commerce"; ruled that "commerce" covers not just goods traded across state borders.Involved a clash between states rights (to pass personal liberty laws) and the Fugitive Slave Act (based on the Fugitive Slave Clause)Narrowed interpretation of economic liberty under 14th; broadened definition of interstate commerce Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) Answer 4Choose...McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)An exception to the rule that since 1937, Congressional legislation based on the interstate commerce clause has generally been upheld.Interpreted Fourteenth Amendment (liberty) more narrowly, and police powers more broadly.Ruled that state laws regulating business
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