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A public corporation that operates a quasi-business enterprise for the federal government

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  • Q1
    What is the name of the public corporation that serves as a quasi-business enterprise for the US government?
    The Federal Aviation Administration
    The Environmental Protection Agency
    The United States Postal Service
    The National Institutes of Health
  • Q2
    Which of these industries is most affected by the United States Postal Service?
    Oil and Gas
  • Q3
    Who was the President who implemented the New Deal?
    John F. Kennedy
    Dwight D. Eisenhower
    Franklin D. Roosevelt
    Harry S. Truman
  • Q4
    What is an administrative law judge?
    A judge who specializes in property law
    A judge who hears criminal cases in state courts
    A judge who handles cases related to employment discrimination
    A judge who presides over cases involving government agencies
  • Q5
    What is the role of an administrative law judge?
    To advocate for the government in cases involving government agencies
    To enforce regulations related to environmental protection
    To provide legal advice to government officials
    To make decisions based on evidence and the law in cases involving government agencies
  • Q6
    How are administrative law judges appointed?
    By the executive branch of government
    By the legislative branch of government
    By the judicial branch of government
    By the American Bar Association
  • Q7
    What agency do most administrative law judges work for?
    Social Security Administration
    Environmental Protection Agency
    Department of Labor
    Department of Justice
  • Q8
    What types of cases do administrative law judges hear?
    Cases involving government agencies such as Social Security, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Federal Trade Commission
    Criminal cases in state courts
    Divorce and child custody cases
    Property disputes between private parties
  • Q9
    What is the primary duty of an administrative law judge?
    To make impartial decisions based on the evidence and the law
    To advocate for the government's position
    To provide legal advice to parties in the case
    To speed up the legal process
  • Q10
    Who has the power to create statutory laws?
    The People
    The President
  • Q11
    What is a statutory law?
    Law created by executive orders
    Law passed by legislators
    Law upheld by the judiciary
    Law derived from common law
  • Q12
    What is the difference between statutory laws and common laws?
    Statutory laws are created by legislators, while common laws are derived from court rulings
    Statutory laws are only applicable in federal courts, while common laws are applicable in all courts
    Common laws are only applicable in criminal cases, while statutory laws are applicable in civil cases
    Common laws are created by legislators, while statutory laws are derived from court rulings
  • Q13
    Can statutory laws be changed?
    Only through executive orders
    Only through court rulings
    No, they are set in stone
    Yes, through the legislative process
  • Q14
    What happens if a person violates a statutory law?
    They will be exempt from the law
    They will be forgiven
    They may face criminal or civil penalties
    They will receive a warning
  • Q15
    Which executive agency is responsible for overseeing the nation's tax laws?
    Food and Drug Administration
    Internal Revenue Service
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
    National Science Foundation

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