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Chapter 34 Homework Started: Apr 9 at 6:09pm Quiz Instruc!ons Question 1 1 pts "Growth+," a health drink for teenagers, was advertised with the claim that regular consumption of the drink over a twomonth period would lead to a four-inch rise in height. This claim was not grounded in laboratory research or even seen in most of its users. This act of making scientifically unsubstantiated health claims about a product is a violation of the ________. Consumer Product Safety Act Health Care Reform Act Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Nutrition Labeling and Education Act Question 2 1 pts A geographical area that does not meet established air quality standards is designated as a ________. limited pollution area zoned ordinance area nonattainment area federal regulation area Question 3 A marketing campaign makes unsubstantiated claims for the product it is promoting. Under ________, such advertisements would be considered false and deceptive. Regulation Z 1 pts the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act Section 5 of the FTC Act the Consumer Leasing Act Question 4 1 pts Ajax, a pharmaceutical company, has designed a new medicine for morning sickness among pregnant women. Testing at their R&D center showed the drug to be highly reliable. Ajax has to approach a U.S. federal administrative agency called the ________ for the drug to be deemed legal for sale to the public. Consumer Product Safety Commission Food and Drug Administration Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency Federal Trade Commission Question 5 1 pts Areas that are inundated or saturated by surface water or ground water that support vegetation typically adapted for life in such conditions are called ________. lagoons reservoirs gullies wetlands Question 6 1 pts Armex, a large nuclear power plant, has been in the news for a radioactive leak caused by a probable structural defect. This has endangered the lives of the employees at the plant as well as those of people staying in nearby areas. This safety violation is likely to be taken up by the ________ for corrective action, which could include closure of the plant. Federal Nuclear Agency Nuclear Regulatory Commission Nuclear Waste Policy Commission U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Question 7 1 pts In a survey of the nonattainment areas in a particular state, the agency found Helmont to be the district that exceeded the ozone standard by the largest margin. Helmont is most likely to be categorized as a ________ nonattainment area. severe serious marginal extreme Question 8 1 pts In which of the following cases of consumer safety violations will the U.S. Department of Agriculture be required to take action? A batch of sausages and cold cuts from a particular vendor was found to have high levels of salmonella and other pathogenic organisms. A fleet of cars released into the market by a popular automobile manufacturer was found to have a defective braking system which could prove fatal for owners. A brand of soft toys for infants was produced with low grade foam and fabrics that could prove harmful when ingested. A new drug was released into the market without adequate testing and this lead to adverse side effects among users. Question 9 1 pts In which of the following ways does the FDA regulate cosmetics? by regulating the sale of cosmetics through exclusive FDA-approved stores by placing a complete ban on animal testing in the cosmetic industry by autonomously undertaking criminal proceedings against nonconforming cosmetic companies by adding warnings for potential carcinogens Question 10 1 pts Jones & Hilton Co. owned a large cold storage warehouse where they stored and processed meat and meat products. An insider revealed to the media that the cold storage failed to meet numerous safety standards, encountered repeated rodent attacks, and sold potentially harmful and infected meat in the market without notifying authorities. The ________ has the authority to conduct inspections of the cold storage warehouse and initiate legal proceedings against the owners for endangering the health of consumers. Federal Healthcare Commission Food and Drug Administration Consumer Product Safety Commission U.S. Department of Agriculture Question 11 Regulation Z, an administrative agency regulation, sets forth detailed rules for compliance with the ________. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Consumer Leasing Act Equal Credit Opportunity Act Truth-in-Lending Act 1 pts Question 12 1 pts The Clean Water Act forbids the filling or dredging of navigable waters and qualified wetlands unless a permit has been obtained from the ________. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Environmental Defense Center U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Protection Agency Question 13 1 pts The Consumer Product Safety Commission is a(n) ________. federal body created to ensure the safety of certain consumer products like motor vehicles, boats, aircraft, and firearms communion of two state-funded regulatory bodies working together to ensure consumer safety federal agency working to ensure product safety standards for food, poultry, medicines, and medical devices independent federal administrative agency that regulates potentially dangerous consumer products Question 14 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is empowered to ________. prosecute violators directly by imposing fines and pronouncing sentences regulate the safety of meat, poultry, and other food products recall unsafe toys, appliances, and other consumer products which are harmful to users obtain orders for the seizure, recall, and condemnation of harmful products 1 pts Question 15 1 pts The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act is a federal statute that ________. protects the public by providing greater medical coverage from food-related illnesses implements the Federal Meat Inspection Act enacted in 1906 covers all food products including poultry and processed meat grants approval for food additives, drugs, cosmetics, and medicinal devices Question 16 1 pts The Health Care Reform Act is an amendment of the ________ Act. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Federal Trade Commission Medical Device Amendment Consumer Product Safety Question 17 1 pts The Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act ________. requires the oil industry to adopt procedures and contingency plans to readily respond to and clean up oil spills requires the tanker owner-operator to prove that it is fully insured to cover any liability that may occur from an oil spill requires a permit for dumping wastes and other foreign materials into ocean waters issues permits for discharge of dredged or fill material into navigable waters and qualified wetlands Question 18 1 pts The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is a federal statute which mandates that the federal government must ________. implement a zero-tolerance policy for all business activities that discharge waste products into water bodies consider the adverse impact a federal government action would have on the environment before the action is implemented execute a complete ban on the commercial usage of the two hundred toxic substances identified as being harmful and polluting consider focusing on air and water pollution to the exclusion of other sources of pollution as these two modes of pollution have the greatest impact on human lives Question 19 1 pts The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) applies to packaged foods and other foods regulated by the ________. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Food and Drug Administration Consumer Product Safety Commission U.S. Department of Agriculture Question 20 The U.S. Coast Guard administers the Oil Pollution Act which requires the oil industry to ________. adopt procedures and contingency plans to readily respond to and clean up oil spills implement measures to avoid dumping of wastes into wells used for drinking water establish marine sanctuaries in ocean waters as far seaward as the edge of the continental shelf obtain a permit for dumping wastes and other foreign materials into ocean waters 1 pts Question 21 1 pts The U.S. Department of Agriculture places mandatory and consistent labeling requirements on ________. ready-to-eat meals raw vegetables meat and poultry products raw fruits Question 22 1 pts The ________ Act gives consumers the right to obtain one free credit report once every 12 months from the 3 nationwide credit reporting agencies. Fair Credit Billing Fair Credit Reporting Consumer Leasing Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Question 23 1 pts The ________ Act provides for the creation of a government fund to finance the cleanup of hazardous waste sites. National Environmental Policy Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Resource Conservation and Recovery Toxic Substances Control Question 24 1 pts The ________ authorizes the U.S. government to clean up oil spills and spills of other hazardous substances in ocean waters within 12 miles of the shore and on the continental shelf and to recover the cleanup costs from responsible parties. Clear Water Act Federal Water Pollution Control Act Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Question 25 1 pts The ________ is a federal administrative agency that is primarily responsible for regulating the safety of meat, poultry, and other food products. U.S. Department of Agriculture Federal Trade Commission Consumer Product Safety Commission Food and Drug Administration Question 26 The ________ is a federal law that gives the FDA broad powers to license new medicines in the United States. Health Care Reform Act Drug Amendment of the FDCA Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act Food Labeling and Education Act 1 pts Question 27 1 pts The ________ is a federal statute passed in 1990 that requires food manufacturers and processors to provide nutrition information on many foods and prohibits them from making scientifically unsubstantiated health claims. Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act Nutrition Labeling and Education Act Question 28 1 pts The ________ is a federal statute that authorizes the EPA to establish national primary potable water standards. Clean Water Act Federal Water Pollution Control Act Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Safe Drinking Water Act Question 29 1 pts The ________ is a federal statute that authorizes the EPA to regulate facilities that generate, treat, store, transport, and dispose of hazardous wastes. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Toxic Substances Control Act Clear Water Act Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Question 30 1 pts The ________ permits consumers to place fraud alerts on their credit files. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Fair Credit Reporting Act Fair Credit Billing Act Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act Question 31 1 pts The ________ prohibits health insurance companies from terminating health insurance coverage when a person gets sick. Medical Device Amendment Act Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Drug Amendment of the FDC Act Health Care Reform Act Question 32 1 pts The ________ requires food manufacturers and processors to disclose uniform information about serving sizes and nutrients, and establishes standard definitions for "low fat," "lean," "organic," and other terms routinely used by food processors. Nutrition Labeling and Education Act Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Consumer Product Safety Act Health Care Reform Act Question 33 1 pts The ________, as amended, requires creditors to make certain disclosures to debtors in consumer transactions. Equal Credit Opportunity Act Fair Credit Billing Act Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act Truth-in-Lending Act Question 34 1 pts The national ambient air quality standards ________. represent a set of values for certain pollutants that have two levels divide pollutants into five groups based on the risks they pose to humans are administered exclusively by the federal government apply to all sources of pollution Question 35 1 pts The new line of fairness-enhancing products marketed by Radiance has allegedly been developed after using largescale animal testing procedures. Insiders revealed that the high levels of lead present in the cosmetics were in fact fatal for many of the animals. Radiance is likely to be inspected for suspected criminal violations of the ________. Health Care Reform Act Federal Trade Commission Act Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Consumer Product Safety Act Question 36 1 pts The primary level of the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) protects ________. climate human beings flora water bodies Question 37 1 pts The primary responsibility for enforcing the provisions of the Clean Water Act falls to ________. nonprofit organizations the state government the federal government independent agencies Question 38 The process by which heated water or material is discharged into waterways upsetting the ecological balance and decreasing the oxygen content is defined as ________. thermal pollution land pollution radioactive pollution wetland pollution 1 pts Question 39 1 pts The regulation of ________ come under the purview of the Medicinal Device Amendment to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. novel vaccinations vitamin supplements hand creams defibrillators Question 40 1 pts Under the ________, if a consumer challenges the accuracy of pertinent information contained in a credit file, the agency may be compelled to reinvestigate. Fair Credit Reporting Act Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act Equal Credit Opportunity Act Fair Credit Billing Act Question 41 1 pts Under the ________, if the creditor takes an adverse action, the creditor must provide the applicant with a statement containing the specific reasons for the action. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Fair Credit Reporting Act Fair Credit Billing Act Equal Credit Opportunity Act Question 42 1 pts Which of the following consumer products comes under the purview of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)? aircrafts motor vehicles children's toys firearms Question 43 1 pts Which of the following is a federal statute that extends limited environmental protection to the oceans? the Safe Drinking Water Act the Federal Water Pollution Control Act the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Question 44 Which of the following is a mandate of the Nuclear Waste Policy Act to the government? to use wetlands as a source of nuclear wastage disposal to regulate thermal pollution from nuclear power plants to set standards for radioactivity in the environment to select a permanent site for the disposal of nuclear wastes 1 pts Question 45 1 pts Which of the following is a sanction imposed on states that don't implement approved plans for reduction in air pollution? increased taxation of personal property reduction in funding for public schools loss of federal highway funds implementation of monthly fines based on pollution levels Question 46 1 pts Which of the following is prohibited under the Clean Water Act? construction of residences by filling qualified wetlands inhabitation on inland areas in the vicinity of wetlands and marshes chemical treatment of wastes to reduce toxicity before discharge into wetlands creation of artificial lakes and waterways for recreation Question 47 Which of the following is true of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)? It is not required for projects undertaken by private parties. It can only be accepted after Congress passes a bill adopting the EIS. It can be challenged in court by environmentalists or other interested parties. It is required only by federal law, not by state or local laws. 1 pts Question 48 1 pts Which of the following is true of the Clean Air Act? It requires air pollution controls to be installed on motor vehicles. It is the only major state law regulating air pollution in the United States. It fails to include air pollution caused by fuel and fuel additives in its purview. It is only concerned with stationary sources of air pollution. Question 49 1 pts Which of the following is true of the Endangered Species Act? It does not protect threatened species of wildlife. It does not include marine species and amphibian life forms. It empowers the secretary of the interior to declare certain wildlife as endangered. It is the only federal law that protects wildlife. Question 50 1 pts Which of the following is true of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)? The FTC can only sue in state courts. The FTC can sue to obtain compensation on behalf of the consumer. The FTC's decisions can be appealed in a state court. The FTC is not allowed to directly disclose its findings to the public. Question 51 1 pts Which of the following is true of the Health Care Reform Act? All employers are mandatorily required to provide health insurance coverage to their employees. Insurers can establish an annual spending cap for benefit payments. Persons who do not obtain coverage are required to pay a tax penalty to the federal government. Employers of big corporations are given subsidies for providing health insurance to their employees. Question 52 1 pts Which of the following is true of the Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act? It only allows government-manufactured pesticides to be sold. It requires all pesticides to be registered with the EPA. It allows non-registered pesticides to be sold only with the close monitoring by the EPA. It cannot suspend the registration of an already registered pesticide. Question 53 1 pts Which of the following is true of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA)? The NLEA applies to packaged foods and other foods regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. The NLEA mandates compulsory labeling for all kinds of raw and processed food with any exceptions. The NLEA specifically eliminates the practice of providing point-of-purchase nutrition information by sellers. The NLEA is a state law and its implementation is not federally regulated. Question 54 1 pts Which of the following is true of the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS)? The federal government has the right to enforce these air pollution standards if the states fail to do so. Only standards for oxides of elements and particulate matter are evaluated under the NAAQS. The state governments are responsible for setting standards for air quality in their respective state. Human beings are protected under the secondary level of the NAAQS. Question 55 1 pts Which of the following statements is true of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection? It lacks investigative and subpoena powers. It has a special wing that only supervises the automobile industry. It does not have the authority to supervise debt collectors and debt buyers. It supervises depository institutions such as commercial and savings banks. Question 56 1 pts Which of the following statements is true of the FDA? It allows animal testing for only certain kinds of cosmetics like household soaps. It places a complete ban on animal testing. It recommends animal testing only if it increases product safety. It provides tax exemptions to companies that avoid animal testing. Question 57 1 pts Which of the following statements is true of the Fair Credit Billing Act? It is a federal statute that protects consumer-debtors from abusive, deceptive, and unfair practices used by debt collectors. It is a federal statute that requires disclosure of credit terms on credit card and charge card solici ...

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