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    I am trying to figure out the answers to these questions.

    All lawsuits involving more than $75,000 must be heard in Federal Court. Is this a true or false statement?

    The Federal government regulates private business based largely on authority found in which provision of the Constitution?

    A. Supremacy Clause
    B. Takings Clause
    C. Commerce Clause
    D. Due Process Clause

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    All lawsuits involving more than $75,000 must be heard in Federal Court. False

    Explanation: On February 18, 2005, President Bush signed into law the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, which applies to all class action ...

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