Business Law Ch.4 T/F

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The U.S. Constitution establishes a system of government based on the principle of federalism.
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T
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Congress has the power to enact legislation, but the president can veto a law that Congress passes.
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T
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The U.S. Constitution explicitly allows courts to review legislative and executive actions to determine whether they are constitutional.
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F The Constitution does not explicitly allow courts to review legislative and executive actions.
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Judicial review allows courts to review the constitutionality of lower courts’ decisions.
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T
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Federal laws include laws passed by federal administrative agencies.
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T
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The primary source of authority for federal regulation of business is the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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F The primary source of authority for federal regulation of business is the commerce clause, located in Article I, Section 8, of the Constitution.
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Congress can use its spending power to achieve social welfare objectives.
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T
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The fourteenth amendment is part of the Bill of Rights.
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F The first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights, substantially affect government regulation of business.
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No First Amendment protections apply to corporations.
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F The First Amendment protections also apply to corporations.
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Not all corporate speech is political speech.
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T
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The constitution of Belarus requires everyone to protect the environment.
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T

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