Question 1

The power to regulate commerce with other nations belongs:

Question 2

The Commerce Clause DOES NOT grant Congress power over which of the following:

Question 3

Congress wants to pass a law which would limit the number of hours commercial truckers are permitted to drive in a day. Does Congress have the authority to do so?

Question 4

Impressed with the safety improvements resulting from Congressional regulation of truckers, politicians and citizens from various states implore Congress to impose similar regulations on the commercial train conductors and engineers. When Congress refuses, several citizens sue claiming a Commerce Clause violation. What is the likely result of the suit?

Question 5

Federal law requires that all airplanes, helicopters, blimps, and other airborne craft file a flight plan before leaving the ground. Joe farmer has been using his airplane to dust crops for years and has never filed a flight plan. Last year he was approached by a federal aviation officer and warned that failure to comply could result in a fine or imprisonment or both. Joe's response was "Ah'm only flyin' over mah own land, so you can go fly a kite!" Is the federal law valid?