Con Law Final Quiz Stats

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Moot
54.8%
Causation
50%
Standing
35.5%
Mootness
32.3%
Ripeness
30.6%
Injury in fact
29%
Redressability
29%
Ripe
24.2%
Imminent
11.3%
Actual
11.3%
Capable of repetition yet evading review
9.7%
Justiciability
9.7%
Concrete
9.7%
Line item veto
9.7%
Particularized
9.7%
No advisory opinions
8.1%
16th amendment
6.5%
Art III §2
4.8%
Art III §1
4.8%
federal
4.8%
eestablishment clause
4.8%
Voluntary cessation
4.8%
An enumerated power
4.8%
Foreign nations
4.8%
Indian tribes
4.8%
among states
4.8%
Art IV, cl. 3
3.2%
Art IV, cl. 2
3.2%
generalized grievance
3.2%
Collateral consequences
3.2%
Class Actions
3.2%
Commander in chief
3.2%
Federal officers
3.2%
Principal officers
3.2%
Necessary and proper clause
3.2%
Tenth
3.2%
Special relationship
1.6%
Statutory authorization
1.6%
Third party rights indirectly violated by enforcement against P
1.6%
Repeal of statutes
1.6%
Justiciability
1.6%
Foreign relations
1.6%
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lack of respect for other branches
1.6%
political decision already made
1.6%
multiple pronouncements
1.6%
Members would have standing
1.6%
Interests germane to purpose
1.6%
Functionalist view
1.6%
Inferior officers
1.6%
federal judges
1.6%
quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial officers
1.6%
executive officer
1.6%
Impeachment
1.6%
Non-delegation doctrine
1.6%
taxes
1.6%
defense
1.6%
borrow money
1.6%
regulare commerce
1.6%
immigration
1.6%
bankruptsy
1.6%
post offices
1.6%
patents and copyrights
1.6%
declare war
1.6%
Channels of interstate commerce
1.6%
Activities having substantial relation to interstate commerce
1.6%
Third party unable to sue
0%
Dates and duration of hostilities
0%
Procedural validity of enactments and constitutional amendments
0%
Status of Indian Tribes
0%
Gaurantee CLause questions
0%
commitment to another branch
0%
lack of standards
0%
unsuitable policy determination
0%
Consuls
0%
Ambassadors
0%
Public Ministers
0%
State as a party
0%
Independent and adequate state ground
0%
Case or Controversy Requirement
0%
First amendment chilling effect
0%
Don't require participation
0%
Article II §1, 2, 3
0%
Article 1 §7 cl. 2
0%
Express grant by congress
0%
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Congress and constitution are silent
0%
Expressly forbidden by congress.
0%
Veto
0%
Treaties
0%
Execution of laws
0%
appointments power
0%
pardons
0%
Civil liability extending from his official duties
0%
compelling interests
0%
Formalist view
0%
veto the bill
0%
Sudden attack
0%
Legislative veto
0%
Senate approves
0%
Article 1 §8
0%
13A, §2, 14A §5, 15A §2
0%
Article III §1, §2 cl. 2
0%
Article IV §1, 3, 4
0%
Article V
0%
10th amendment
0%
16th amendment
0%
Commerce Power
0%
Taxation Power
0%
Spending power
0%
Treaties
0%
Enumerated powers
0%
enforcement of civil rights
0%
govern District of Columbia
0%
Make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the forgoing powers
0%
rationally related to the exercise of an enumerated power
0%
not specifically forbidden by the constitution
0%
Substantially affects commerce
0%
Reasonable means
0%
Instrumentalities or persons that move in interstate commerce
0%
in persuit of the general welfare
0%
conditions must be declared unambiguously
0%
conditions must be related to federal interests
0%
other constitutional provisions must not prohibit
0%
not unfairly coercive
0%
Actions by one person are insignificant, but actions of all will substsantially affect interstate commerce.
0%
general defense and common welfare
0%
Foreign affairs
0%

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