Coffee Klatch Party Group, a political organization, files a claim to challenge a Delaware statute that limits the liberty of allpersons to

Coffee Klatch Party Group, a political organization, files a claim to challenge a Delaware statute that limits the liberty of allpersons to broadcast “annoying” radio commercials.

This claim is most likely based on the right to:

a. equal protection of the law.

b.procedural due process.

c.substantive due process.

d.privacy.

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  1. Answer:

    The correct answer is C. This claim is most likely based on the right to substantive due process.

    Explanation:

    Substantive due process is a means by which the government’s ability to interfere with the fundamental rights of individuals is limited. In this case, the fundamental right violated is that of freedom of expression, guaranteed by the First Amendment. Thus, since it is a right with constitutional protection, the government cannot curtail its operation without the due legal process necessary for this purpose.

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