1. The Contract Clause prevents a state from:
A. affecting any agreements between two parties.
B. contracting with another state.
C. making contracts with private individuals.
D. changing contracts after they have been made.
2. In the Brentwood Academy v. Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association case, the U.S. Supreme Court held that:
A. state action may be found only if there is such a close nexus between the state and the challenged action that seemingly private behavior may be fairly treated as that of the state itself.
B. the Association is an organization of natural persons acting on their own, and therefore their actions do not constitute state action.
C. as an express conclusion of law, public school officials do not necessarily act within the scope of their duties when they represent their institutions.
D. the Association had a majority of private school memberships which prevented the action of the Association from being considered state action.
These multiple choice questions belong to Law. The first question discusses about contract clause and state’s intervention and the second question is about Supreme court decision in Brentwood Academy Vs Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association.
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