The Constitutional power of the Federal government to regulate Commerce

The Constitution is the sole source of Federal power to regulate business, whereas the pre-constitutional “police powers” are the source for regulation by the states.

True or False?

.The Constitution is the sole source of Federal power to regulate business, whereas the pre-constitutional “police powers” are the source for regulation by the states.

True or False?

2. The Constitutional power of the Federal government to regulate Commerce has been construed to reach local matters wholly within one state, if they have an economic affect beyond that state.

True or False?

3. The workers at State Hospital, a public sector employer, and Acme Inc, a private employer, are subject to speech censorship and arbitrary job termination. Constitutional issues are present only for the State Hospital workers.

True or False?

4. The Constitutional test most lenient and frequently applied to law regulating economic and business matters is known as the “Intermediate Scrutiny” test.

True or False?

5. Advertising is protected commercial speech under the First Amendment and enjoys the same level of protection as non-commercial speech.

True or False?

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