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Regarding the commerce clause, which statement is incorrect?

A. The states may regulate interstate commerce.

B. The national government may not regulate interstate commerce.

C. Commerce is to be unregulated by gov't.

D. Local taxing authorities may regulate interstate commerce.

E. None of these are correct.

  • Government. - ,

    And your answer is?

    http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/commerce_clause

    Btw -- your last choice (E) is incorrectly worded. Since the subject, "none," is singular, the verb should also be singular.

    None of these IS correct.

  • Government. - ,

    It's E.

    A. No, this is a national issue, states cannot regulate interstate commerce.

    B. The national government MAY and DOES regulate interstate commerce

    c. commerce IS regulated by govt.

    D. no, local taxing authorities (i'm not sure how local they mean) cannot regulate something that is interstate.

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