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The Constitution in Your Community You are employed by a law firm that has been retained by Mae Shen, a prominent and wealthy business leader in your community. Dissatisfied with your city’s support for businesses, she is considering running for city council to bring a business voice to the council. You have been asked by the senior partner of the firm to answer the following questions for her:
1. What is the term of office and how does she go about getting her name on the ballot?
2. How much of her money may she invest in her campaign? How much may she receive from individual and corporate donors to support her campaign?
3. What are the rules for posting yard and street signs? Prepare a brief, not to exceed two pages, answering these questions with refer-ences to the applicable law.
Going Federal
After a term on the city council, Mae Shen decided that to really make a difference for businesses, she needed to be involved in federal lawmaking. She has again retained your firm, and you have been assigned the responsibility of answering the following questions:
1. What is the term of office and how does she go about getting her name on the ballot?
2. How much of her money may she invest in her campaign? How much may she receive from individual and corporate donors to support her campaign?
Moot Court
Congress’s authority to regulate has expanded considerably since 1789. The cumulative effects doctrine has been one theory that has paved the way for greater congressional authority, including over health care. While the federal government has considerably increased its involvement in some aspects of medicine, it has not yet regulated the actual practice of medicine. This authority currently belongs to the states. In teams of two, prepare to debate whether Congress should have the jurisdiction to regulate medical licensing, for example, eligibility and qualifications to practice medicine.


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