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Business Law

Chapter four

​Federal judges of the United States are Appointed by the President, with the approval of the Senate.
The commerce clause of the Constitution has ​Been expanded by Supreme Court interpretations to give the U.S. government the power to regulate the general welfare of the nation.
​The concept of equal protection of the law applies to both state and federal governments.
​What agency makes decisions that are rarely reviewed by the courts? Administrative agencies
What is a Constitution? A written document establishing the structure of the government and its relationship to the people
What are Delegated and Shared Powers? Delegated Powers: Powers expressly given to the national government by the Constitution. Shared Powers: Powers that are held by both the national and state government.
What are The Financial Powers? The Taxing Power, and The Spending Power
Privileges and Immunities A person going into another state is entitled to make contracts, own property, and engage in business to the same extent as citizens of that state.
Protection of the Person The Bill of Rights
A(n)___________ is the power to adopt laws that protect the general welfare, health, safety, and morals of the people. State's police power
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