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KNOW YOUR GOVERNMENT 

The fact that out-of-state residents pay higher tuition at state universities than in-state student is an exception to
a) The necessary and proper clause
b) Privileges and immunities
c) The commerce clause
d) The general welfare clause
e) The separation of powers

The answer is b)
The privileges and immunities clause basically means that each state must treat the citizens of other state the same.  States, however, can draw reasonable distinctions between its residents and those of other states.  In-state vs. out-of-state tuition is one example, and residency requirements for voting and holding office is another.

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The power of the federal government was expanded by the following Supreme Court decisions

 

I.          McCulloch v. Maryland

II.         Marbury v. Madison

III.        Barron v. Baltimore

IV.        Gibbons v. Ogden

 

a)         I and II only

b)         I, II, III only

c)         I, II, IV only

d)         III and IV only

e)         I and IV only

 

The answer is c:

The three landmark decisions of Chief Justice John Marshall - McCulloch v. Maryland, Marbury v. Madison, and Gibbons v. Ogden – all enhanced the power of the federal government.  By formally establishing the principal of judicial review, Marbury v. Madison certainly strengthened the Supreme Court, which is a part of the federal government, while the other two decisions gave Congress greater authority.  Barron v. Baltimore (1833) held that the Bill of Rights only limited the federal government, not the states.


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