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PLEASE HELP! 4) The __________________________ Clause of the Constitution dictates that a state law conflicting with a federal law is...



The __________________________ Clause of the Constitution dictates that a state law conflicting with a federal law is unconstitutional.



The Supreme Court held for the first time in the case of __________________________________ (name the case) that the Commerce Clause allowed Congress to not only regulate interstate activity, but intrastate activity as well if that activity has a substantial effect on interstate commerce. 



The Fifth Amendment _____________________________ Clause allows the government to take away private property provided it is put to a public use and just compensation is provided.



If the government has a substantial government interest in restricting a particular form of commercial speech, and the restriction directly advances that government interest, it is nonetheless unconstitutional if it is _____________________________


The Fifth Amendment provision known as _________________________________ makes it unconstitutional for the government to institute a criminal proceeding against a person or business that has already been acquitted of that offense.

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