The three branches of government in the united states

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The three branches of government in the United States are
Question 124 out of 4 pointsIn 1994, the Arizona Supreme Court decided the case of Hernandez v.Arizona Board of Regents and found a duty of care to avoid furnishingalcohol to underage consumers. If in 2008 a Flagstaff, Arizona plaintiffbrings a lawsuit against an Arizona university’s fraternity for providingalcohol to members under the legal drinking age, the Hernandez v.Arizona Board of Regents case will serve as precedent.
Question 134 out of 4 pointsCongress passed a law imposing penalties for displaying "indecent"material online where children could see it. If the U.S. Supreme Courtsubsequently rules that the statute conflicts with the First Amendment ofthe U.S. Constitution, the statute is void.
Question 144 out of 4 pointsThe government has the right to take private property through the powerof eminent domain.
CorrectAnswer:TrueQuestion 154 out of 4 pointsThe amendments to the U.S. Constitution protect the people from thepower of state and federal governments.
Question 164 out of 4 pointsIf the President vetoes a bill and if both the House and Senate repass thebill by a two-thirds margin, the bill becomes law.
Question 174 out of 4 pointsJudicial review is the power of the federal courts to declare a statute orgovernmental action unconstitutional and void.
Question 184 out of 4 pointsThe doctrine of stare decisis, though vital to the creation of the commonlaw when this country was settled, is not important to our modern,complex society.
Question 194 out of 4 pointsThe Civil Rights Act of 1964, a federal statute, forbids discrimination onthe basis of national origin in employment. The Equal EmploymentOpportunity Commission (EEOC) is the administrative agency thatoversees the law. The EEOC issued Guidelines on Discrimination becauseof National Origin. According to one of the guidelines, the EEOC willpresume a violation of the law if an employer sets a work requirement thatemployees must speak only English in the workplace. This is aninterpretive rule because it interprets the Civil Rights Act.

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