Significant Elements

1)Identify three significant elements of the Constitution(including amendments) that embody the republican principle of limited government. Explain and support your answers with Constitutional references. 2)Three institutions in the new government embodied the framers’ commitment to the principle of representation: the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the presidency. Identify below the system of representation the framers established for each institution by answering this question: Was representation by direct population election, or was representation filtered through the choice of some intermediate body? If the latter, identify the intermediate body and describe its role and support your answer with Constitutional references. 3) Identify three amendments to the Constitution that expanded democratic representation, and explain what each amendment has accomplished 4)Identify one passage in the Constitution that expresses the republican principle of popular sovereignty. why?

In a well-organized, two to three page essay discuss the case of Perin v. Hayne. Be sure to discuss the court’s reasoning and ruling on each of the four legal theories. Why did the court have no occasion to decide whether failure to advise the plaintiff of the risk of nerve injury raised a negligence issue?

Reference Showalter, J.S. (2012). The Law of Healthcare Administration. (7th ed.). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. ISBN: 978-1-56793-421-2

Commerce Clause. This Case Activity gives you another opportunity to analyze the Commerce Clause as it applies to interstate commerce. Please focus on the court’s reasoning near the end of the case on “Relation to State Services. Please answer two questions:

1. Do you agree that this criterion is an appropriate test in considering the Commerce Clause?

2. Whether you agree with this test or not, was it applied properly in this case?

Regency Transportation, Inc., operates a freight business throughout the eastern United States. Regency maintains its corporate headquarters, four warehouses, and a maintenance facility and terminal location for repairing and storing vehicle in Massachusetts. All of the vehicles in Regency’s fleet were bought in other states. Massachusetts imposes a use tax on all tax payers subject to its jurisdiction, including those that do business in interstate commerce, as Regency does. When Massachusetts imposed the tax on the purchase price of each tractor and trailer in Regency’s fleet, the trucking firm challenged the assessment as discriminatory under the commerce clause. What is the chief consideration under the commerce clause when a state law affects interstate commerce?

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