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1-Before adopting new regulations to govern Internet-based phone services, the Federal Communications Commission may not (Points :

1-Before adopting new regulations to govern Internet-based phone services, the Federal Communications Commission may not (Points : 2)
a) hold hearings to acquire facts pertinent to the proposed rules.

b) ignore the Administrative Procedure Act to streamline proceedings.
c)order manufacturers to provide certain documents.
d)solicit testimony from interest groups and consumers
2-To notify the public of a proposed rule, the Food Safety and Inspection Service, like other federal agencies, publishes the proposal in
a)the news media.
b) a trade journal available to members of the industry.
c) the Federal Register.
d)an office memo that employees are free to take home.
3-The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wants Monster Toy Company to produce certain records for review. To obtain the records, the CPSC will issue
a) an order for specific performance.
b) a rule for parol evidence.
c) a formal complaint.
d) a subpoena.
4-Labor Recruiters, Inc., has been ordered to appear at a hearing before an administrative law judge of the National Labor Relations Board. A significant difference between a trial and an administrative hearing is that (Points : 2)
a) attorneys are not allowed to attend administrative hearings.
b) clients are not allowed to communicate with their attorneys during administrative hearings.
c) hearsay can be introduced as evidence in an administrative hearing.
d) the burden of proof is on the charged party to prove innocence

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