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Q: Would the Clayton Antitrust Act prevent the proposed "Fast Lane" of the internet problem with net neutrality?

CeaseofMoralityMany people are going on about how the merger of comcast and time warner will enable them to create a lane for the internet where wealthier individuals or companies can pay more for a 'faster lane.' What I'm wondering is why wouldn't current antitrust laws prevent this from happening.

 
 
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Q: Would the Congressional Apportionment Amendment have any effect on the House of Representatives if it were ratified today?

Compro01The unratified Congressional Apportionment Amendment reads : After the first enumeration required by the first article of the Constitution, there shall be one Representative for every thirty thousand, until the number shall amount to one hundred, after which the proportion shall be so ...

 
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Q: Can an action by a branch be called "constitutional" without having been challenged in court?

DVKClearly, if a branch takes an action (legislative or especially executive), you can not correctly refer to it as "UN-constitutional" until it was challenged in, and reviewed by, the courts and found in violation of Constitution (doesn't stop the people opposing the action using that word, but the...

 

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