1. Question : In our democratic system we expect that government justify its uses of power in terms of legal rules and procedures.
2. Question : The Administrative Procedure Act (APA) effectively judicialized all administrative action without exception.
3. Question : There are six (6) regional U.S. Courts of Appeals or circuit courts which hear most of the appeals from administrative agencies.
4. Question : A statute is a law determined in an administrative agency.
5. Question : One can think of administrative law as both limiting and empowering administrative government at the same time.
6. Question : Administrative law depends solely on court created rules and procedures to control power.
7. Question : The courts primary role in administrative law is predominantly procedural.
8. Question : Common law is the system by which judges use precedent rather than statutes to decide conflicts.
9. Question : Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations recognized that the state played an important role in policing and maintaining order for the “free market”.
10. Question : Regulatory government allows for little discretion and thus no human error, so there is little need to correct for shortcomings.
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