Constitutional Law Keyed to Choperback
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The federal government fined the director of the State Motor Vehicle Fleet, because several cars and trucks did
not meet federal standards. The director moved to dismiss the case, claiming that his actions were in the
course of state senate business and that, therefore, he may not be prosecuted.
Which of the following is the director’s best argument?CorrectIncorrect
A federal statute imposes an excise tax of $200 on each car sold in the United States. It also takes the entire tax
proceeds and puts them in a special fund, which is used to fund an auto insurance fund, to help offset accidents
in which one party is not insured. Is this constitutional?CorrectIncorrect
George Washington’s former home is part of a national park located in a city. The National Park Service entered
into an agreement with an antique dealer to acquire items owned by residents of the city during the time that Washington lived there. According to the contract, the antique dealer purchases items and then sells them to the Park Service at a price equal to the antique dealer’s cost plus a 12 percent commission. These types of purchases of antiques are normally subject to a sales tax in the city. The antique dealer, not wanting to pay taxes, brings suit in state court to enjoin collection of the tax, claiming that the tax is unconstitutional as applied to him. Should the court issue an injunction?CorrectIncorrect