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1. In Gibbons v. Ogden, the Supreme Court held that (Points : 1) states’ rights to regulate may not trample on powers specifically reserved for Congress. states’ rights supersede national authority. the national government does not have interstate commerce authority. the 10th Amendment trumps the Interstate Commerce Clause
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User: 1. In Gibbons v. Ogden, the Supreme Court held that (Points : 1) states’ rights to regulate may not trample on powers specifically reserved for Congress. states’ rights supersede national authority. the national government does not have interstate commerce authority. the 10th Amendment trumps the Interstate Commerce Clause

Weegy: D. the 10th Amendment trumps the Interstate Commerce Clause. The landmark ruling was the first to interpret federal powers under the Constitution's Commerce Clause. [ It provided a broad interpretation of what is commerce under the clause, holding that commerce was more than simply the buying and selling of goods and forming the basis for numerous rulings involving the Commerce Clause throughout the history of the United States. ]
rsmiley|Points 60|

User: 2. The Judiciary Act of 1789 established all of the following except that the Supreme Court would (Points : 1) have one Chief Justice. have five associate justices. sit in two sessions each year. determine how many federal districts there would be.

Weegy: True/There are nine seats on the U.S. Supreme Court: one chief justice and eight associate justices. The number of justices is set by Congress. [ [ The Judiciary Act of 1789 created a Supreme Court of six members: five associate justices and a chief justice. ] ]
tjdcet|Points 361|

User: 3. When the Supreme Court hands down a decision, it is (Points : 1) often a mixed decision with majority, dissenting, and even concurring opinions. always a unanimous 9-0 decision. a law forever and can never be overturned. always free of politics.

Weegy: always a unanimous 9-0 decision
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User: 4. When the Court decides a case, it bases its decision on (Points : 1) the preferences of the majority of justices. past precedent. the prevailing public opinion. what it thinks that Congress wants to hear.

Weegy: When the Court decides a case, it bases its decision on the preferences of the majority of justices.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 8380|

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