Which of the examples below does not constitute a federal question for purposes

Which of the examples below does not constitute a

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11. Which of the examples below does not constitute a federal question, for purposes of review by an Article III court? a.Whether or not a state supreme court misinterpreted the state’s divorce law in an action for marital dissolution.b.Whether or not a disabled person has the right to sue a restaurant for failure to provide access by a wheel chair.c.Whether or not a federally insured bank may manipulate the prime interest rate or collaborate with other banks to set rates.d.Whether or not a person was denied a job because of their race. REF: 67 12. Congress created the Courts of Appeals in 42
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REF: 70 13. In the federal system, which is generally the court of last resort for virtually all federal litigation? REF: 72 14. The “Rule of Four” refers to: REF: 72-73 15. The Prison Litigation Reform Act resulted in all of the following, except: a. requiring inmates to pay certain fees from which they had previously been exempt.b. requiring inmates to exhaust all administrative remedies before filing.c. no longer allowing inmates to proceed pro se in civil rights actions.d. barring subsequent cases if previous cases had been dismissed as frivolous. REF: 69 16. Magistrate judges are REF: 65 17. Which of the following gave the U.S. Supreme Court the authority to invalidate an act of Congress as unconstitutional? REF: 62 18. The U.S. Courts of Appeals is made up of how many judgeships? REF: 71 43
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19. These judges perform virtually all tasks carried out by district court judges, except trying and sentencing felony defendants. a. Circuit justicesc. Appellate court judgesb. Magistrate judgesd. Administrative judges REF: 65
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