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LEGL 2700 Ch.6 Reading Notes

by: Jessica Su

LEGL 2700 Ch.6 Reading Notes LEGL 2700

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This note is the simplified version of the pages that Professor Grow assigned to read.
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Date Created: 08/29/16
● The Constitution is framed by several concepts that create a strong centralized, federal  government  ○ Separation of Powers​­ each level of government has a separate and distinct  role to play  ■ Known as ​Federalism:​  the separation of powers between the federal and  state/local government   ○ Supremacy Clause­ ​  under article VI, the Constitution stated that the Constitution  is supreme under all laws and that federal law is supreme over a state law or  local ordinance   ■ Courts may call upon to decide if a state law is conflict with a federal law  ■ Preemption­ ​ federal law supersedes state law if they are in conflict   ○ Commerce Clause: Article I gives Congress the power for…  ■ Regulation of foreign commerce  ● Ex. trade embargos  ● State cannot regulate foreign commerce unless it is entirely within  the state’s boundaries  ■ Regulation of interstate commerce  ● The power of federal government not only include the persons  ​ engaged in interstate commerce but also activit​ ffecting  interstate commerce  ■ Impact on interstate commerce  ■ Possible limitations of federal regulatory authority  ○ Contract Clause­ ​ states cannot enact laws that impact rights and duties under  existing contract/law  ● First Amendment Protection  ○ Freedom of Religion  ■ Establishment Clause­ ​  Congress shall make no law “respecting an  establishment of religion”  ■ Free Exercise Clause­ ​  Congress shall make no law “prohibiting the free  exercise thereof”   ○ Freedom of Speech  ■ Covers both verbal and written communications  ■ Does not apply to private action  ■ Obscenity,​  meaning extremely offensive word or expression, is an  unprotected speech   ○ The ​Federal Communications Commision (FCC)  ​ has the power to restrict  certain speech. It prohibits legally obscene broadcasts at all times and airing  inappropriate languages between 6am to 10pm on radio and tv 


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