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    Utah Law/Constitution for Truck Backup Cameras and Warning Signals

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    Utah passed a law that requires the use of backup cameras and warning signals on trucks operating within the state of Utah. Nevada and California also require the use of these devices, but many other states do not require them. Studies have shown the use of these safety devices help reduce the number of accidents.

    Does the Utah law violate the commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution? Discuss your answer and provide appropriate citations cases and other scholarly sources.

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    Does the Utah law violate the commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution? Discuss your answer and provide appropriate citations cases and other scholarly sources.

    Based on what I have researched, it is my opinion and interpretation that no, it does not violate it. This is because while it (The Constitution) does state that ...

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    This solution discusses how Utah's law does not violate the commerce clause in 150 words.

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