Module 1 The Law PowerPoint and T&W Questions
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M1 PowerPoint Questions
1. List and describe four (4) sources from where law may come.
2. Name the three branches of government.
3. Name three (3) processes of the legal system.
4. How might political realities, resources and money, and the law?
5. While most administrative agencies are in the executive branch, from which branch does the authority of these agencies to function and make regulations originate?
6. Are administrative agencies always in the Executive Branch of government? In what branch of government are the GAO and CBO?
7. Do both regulations and rules of administrative agencies have to be followed as if they were law?
8. In reality what are exceptions to the theory that , executive branch enforces it, and judges interpret it?
9. What is what same say is the fourth branch of our legal system?
10. The court where parties first go to air their differences is called a ________ court. If one party is not satisfied with the outcome they can go to the next level, called the _________________ court.
11. Explain what forum shopping is and why an attorney would do it.
12. Describe how and why enforcement of law makes law inherently discriminatory.
13. What might determine the outcome of a law or legal decision other than the correctness of the interpretation or justness of the result?
14. A talk show host was fired by a private, non-government organization for on the air. Explain whether her speech was or was not protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution.
Teitelbaum and Willensky Chapters 1, 2, 3
Chapter 1 Conceptualizing Healthcare Policy and Law
1. Describe police powers.
2. Where is health mentioned in the U.S. Constitution?
3. What is meant by each of these three perspectives?
a. Professional autonomy
b. Social contract
c. Free market
Chapter 2 Policy and the Policy Making Process
1. How can the federal government influence healthcare policies and practices of the states, given the constitutional limits of the Tenth Amendment?
2. What is the CBO and GAO and what role does each have in policy and lawmaking? To what branch of government do they report?
3. What is a constituent? What role do they play in health care policy and law?
4. What is an Executive Order and what role does it have in policy and law?
5. What is an administrative agency and what role does it play in policy and law making?
6. What role do interest groups play in forming policy and law?
T & W Chapter 3 Law and the Legal System
1. List four sources of law.
2. Define or describe:
c. Administrative Regulation
d. Common Law
3. What is and give an example of each:
a. Separation of powers
b. Check and balance
4. What is the importance of these two cases decided by the Supreme Court?
a. McCulloch v Maryland (1819)
b. Gibbons v Ogden (1824)
5. What is important about Marbury v Madiso
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