Answer the following questions using the information from readings, videos, and
Answer the following questions using the information from readings, videos, and slide sets. No outside information is required to successfully answer the questions; however, if you use outside information, use proper citations in AMA formatting. The following questions may describe a hypothetical situation. They may be based on real-world event but are not actions currently being undertaken by any individual or groups of individuals. When writing your responses, be objective. Do not argue for one side or another. If the question includes a hypothetical situation, remember to clearly state the issue, the standard being used, and a complete analysis of the issue. Finally, exact words are important. Do not create your own terms or interchange terms between standards. Part 1 (Questions 1-5): Procedural due process 1) When does someone have a right to procedural due process? 2) What are five possible "procedures" available under procedural due process? 3) How do courts determine how much due process is necessary before enforcement of a particular communicable disease control law? 4) What elements of due process would be required before a public health department can confine a person for 3 months for treatment for TB? Why? 5) What elements of due process would be required before state college health officials could bar an un‑immunized student from classes during a measles outbreak? Why? Part 2 (Questions 6-9): Substantive due process 6) Briefly define the meaning and purpose of substantive due process. Use the following information to answer questions 7a through 7c. The State of Utah passes a law prohibiting marriage between two persons who carry a specific genetic trait. 7a) Name the standard of review a typical court in the U.S. would use if the Utah law were challenged by plaintiff(s) claiming the law was an unconstitutional restriction of individual rights. Describe why the court would choose this standard, and what the standard requires in order for a statute to be constitutional. 7b) Would a court be likely to find the law constitutional or unconstitutional? 7c) Explain your answer in 7b using the facts of this particular situation. Use the following information to answer questions 8a though 8c. If the Utah law prohibiting marriage between two persons who carry a specific genetic trait is deemed unconstitutional, the legislature plans to revisit the issue during the next legislative session. They will propose a bill that will require all women to be tested for carrier status for the above mentioned genetic trait. Women who are carriers will then be counseled against having children and required to attend an educational session on genetic defects. Several legislators ask your advice on whether the new bill will pass constitutional muster. 8a) Name the standard of review a typical court in the U.S. would use if the Utah law were challenged by plaintiff(s) claiming the law was an unconstitutional restriction of individual rights. Describe why the court would choose this standard, and what the standard requires in order for a statute to be constitutional. 8b) Would a court be likely to find the law constitutional or unconstitutional? 8c) Explain your answer in 8b using the facts of this particular situation. Use the following information to answer questions 9a though 9c. Rhode Island adopts a law requiring health care workers to be immunized against a new airborne disease that has caused several deadly outbreaks in hospitals in New York State. The vaccine has been proven safe and effective. There are very few complications from the vaccine. The law contains an exception for persons who can demonstrate that the immunization would be harmful to them. 9a) Name the standard of review a typical court in the U.S. would use if the Utah law were challenged by plaintiff(s) claiming the law was an unconstitutional restriction of individual rights. Describe why the court would choose this standard, and what the standard requires in order for a statute to be constitutional. 9b) Would a court be likely to find the law constitutional or unconstitutional? 9c) Explain your answer in 9b using the facts of this particular situation.

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