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a. Article II of the Constitution is drafted so as to limit the Executive's powers to only those that are specifically enumerated by the Constitution; therefore the Executive branch is more limited in its powers than the Legislative branch. True/False


b. Among the enumerated powers found in Article III of the Constitution is the judicial branch's authority to act as final arbiter on all matters of constitutional interpretation.True/False


c. A local ordinance that serves to reduce the profits of certain kinds of businesses by 50% reduces the economic viability of those businesses to the extent that the business owners are entitled to just compensation.True/False


d. Following the Supreme Court's decision in Kelo v. City of New London, the definition of "public use" has been restored to those uses traditionally considered to be public, such as roads, parks, schools and government buildings.True/False


e. All government restrictions on commercial speech are prohibited unless the commercial speech concerns unlawful activity. True/False


f. Federalism dictates that the Police Powers to enact laws promoting the health, welfare, and safety of the community are exercised at the state or local level. True/False

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