. In U.S, Lopez, the “Gun Free School Zone Act.’ was held to be:
A) unconstitutional as beyond the power of the Commerce Clause.
B) unconstitutional as a violation of the Privileges and Immunities Clause.
C) constitutional under the Commerce Clause.
D) constitutional pursuant to the Welfare Clause.
2. Arkansas passed a law that prohibits children under the age of 16 from working more than 8 hours per week. Federal law allows children under the age of 16 to work more hours per week.
A) The state law would be valid if the federal law preempts the area.
B) The state law would be valid as long as it does not come in conflict with the purpose of the federal law to limit working hours.
C) The federal law would be invalid based upon police power.
D) The federal law would be invalid based upon the Supremacy Clause.
3. Commercial speech is protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
4. The City of Minneapolis decided to widen the road in front of Quick Stop, a convenience store. The road project requires a four-foot strip of Quick’s land. In taking the land, the city must pay to Quick:
A) highest compensation for the land.
B) just compensation for the land.
C) no compensation for the land because of eminent domain.
D) due compensation for the land.
5. State regulations that affect interstate commerce will:
A) be struck down.
B) be upheld as long as there is some rational purpose for the state action.
C) be evaluated in terms of the burden they impose on interstate commerce and the interests of the state.
ID) generally be upheld.
6. U.S. v. Loper is one of the few modern cases to invalidate federal action based upon the Interstate Commerce Clause.
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