Complete each question, highlight your multiple-choice answers in yellow, use more space if required to fully answer the short answer questions, and good luck!

 

  1. Provide a definition of “public health law.” Explain briefly why it is important for public health professionals to understand its basic concepts.

 

  1. U.S. federal governmental powers are either expressly enumerated or necessarily implied.

 

  1. True
  2. False

 

  1. “Law” is generally defined as a set of non-enforceable commands based on executive discretionary authority and administrative branch agency implementation.

 

  1.    True
  2.    False

 

  1. What is a regulation? What governmental entity or entities promulgate them? What do they do? How are they different than laws or statutes? Provide a public health example.

 

  1. They implement enacting statutes/laws
  2. Executive branch agencies
  3. Provide SME details, procedures, etc.
  4. Laws/statutes are enacted authorities from the legislative branches

 

  1. U.S. federal governmental powers may be, although not expressly stated, necessarily implied from the U.S. Constitution.

 

  1. True
  2. False

 

  1. U.S. Const. Article III judicial authority is the power to ______________

 

  1. Enact
  2. Execute
  3. Interpret and Enforce
  4. All the above
  5. Describe the functions/purposes of federal executive agencies. What are they? What do they do (i.e., what is their purpose)? What governmental purpose(s)/service(s) do they provide/serve? and Where do they get their authorities?

 

  1. Provide a definition/purpose of an administrative agency quasi-judicial hearing. How is different from an administrative agency quasi-legislative hearing?  Provide public-health examples for each type of administrative agency hearing.

 

  1. Define and fully describe the U.S. Constitution concept of Equal Protection. What amendment(s) apply?  Provide a public health example.

 

  1. Define and fully describe the U.S. Constitutional concept of Due Process. What amendment(s) apply?  Provide a public health example.

 

  1. Federal, state, and local governmental agencies, such as a local Board of Health, can lawfully discriminate between individuals if there is either a rational or compelling governmental interest in doing so but they may not do so if it violates an individual or group of individuals protected federal constitutional Equal Protection rights.

 

  1. True
  2. False

 

  1. The 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits states and localities from regulating any individual religious practice activities, even potentially dangerous activities such as snake-handling, drug use, etc.

 

  1. True
  2. False

 

  1. Public health laws, regulations, or codes may trigger individual U.S. Constitutional 5th Amendment rights against self-incrimination. What is the 5th Amendment right (state it)?  How can public health laws, regulations, etc. trigger it?  Provide a public health example.

 

  1. Describe the concept of Habeas Corpus. What does it mean?  How does it work?  Who does it apply to?  What is it designed to protect?  Provide a public health example.
  2. Only Public Health Officials have an affirmative obligation to report required reportable diseases.

 

  1. True
  2. False

 

 

Provide a definition of “public health law.” Explain briefly why it is important for public health professionals to understand its basic concepts
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