Matching 1. Pendleton Act (1883) 2. Sherman Anti

1. Pendleton Act (1883)
2. Sherman Anti-Trust Act (1896)
3. Hatch Act (1939)
4. Civil Rights Act of 1964
5. Voting Rights Act of 1965
6. Civil Rights Act of 1968
7. Age Discrimination in Employment (1967)
8. Air Quality Act of 1967
9. National Environmental Policy Act (1969)
10. Federal Election Campaign Act (1971)
11. Federal Election Campaign Act (1974)
12. Title IX of Education Act (1972)
13. War Powers Resolution (1973)
14. Budget and Impoundment Control Act (1974)
15. Freedom of Information Act (1974)
16. Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Bill (1985)
17. American with Disabilities Act (1990)
18. National Voter Registration Bill (1993)
19. Religious Freedom Restoration Act (1993)
20. Unfunded Mandates Reform Act (1995)
21. Welfare Reform Act (1996)
22. Communication Decency Act (1997)
23. Patriot Act (2001)
A. States must work to remove welfare recipients from the welfare rolls within five years
B. Expands the authority of U.S. law enforcement for the purpose of fighting terrorists
C. Requires employers and public facilities to make “reasonable accommodations” for people with disabilities and
prohibits discrimination against these individuals in employment
D. Prohibited sex discrimination in federally aided education programs
E. Prohibits federal employees from engaging in partisan politics
F. Strict scrutiny must be used when determining if the Free Exercise Clause has been violated
G. Congress must approve Presidential proposal to rescind funds
H. Established FEC and limited PAC contributions
I. Government information is to be made available to the public unless there are issues of sensitivity or personal
J. Requires states to permit people to register to vote at the same time they apply for drivers’ licenses
K. Established ambient air quality standards based on federal “air quality criteria”
L. Requires environmental impact statement to be written for all major actions which may have a significant impact
on the environment
M. Made segregation illegal in most public places
N. Congressional committees are required to obtain an estimate of any additional costs that proposed legislation
would cause and then Congress would have to decide if benefits were worth cost
O. Created a federal civil service based on the merit principle
P. Prohibited discrimination concerning the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national
origin, sex, handicap, and family status
Q. It is a crime to transmit indecent material in cyberspace unless appropriate actions are taken to prevent access by
anyone under age 18
R. President has to notify Congress within 48 hours of committing troops and troops can not be deployed for longer
than 60 days without Congressional approval
S. Required full disclosure of campaign contributions and expenditures
T. Federal registrars were sent to Southern states that had long histories of discrimination
U. Declared illegal all combinations of industry that restrained trade between states or with foreign nations
V. Unlawful to discriminate against a person because of his/her age with respect to any term, condition, or privilege
of employment—including, but not limited to, hiring, firing, promotion, layoff, benefits, job assignments, and
W. Lower the national deficit to a specified level each year, culminating in a balanced budget in FY 1991, across the
board cuts vehicle for balanced budget