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Common Law Quizzes & Trivia

Not all laws are created equal. Some are a bit on the silly side: is it true that 25-pound boxes of candy are illegal to give as gifts in the state of Idaho? What’s the legal limit on how long Christmas decorations can stay up in Maine?

And then some are very important indeed: how did the Kansas-Nebraska Act sow some of the seeds of the American Civil War? How many Civil Rights Acts have there been? And how did the Pendleton Act limit the spread of government corruption?

All laws, small and large, can affect our daily lives – especially those that remain controversial years after their passing. Take the law into your own hands and take our common law quizzes – see how much you really know about the law of the land!
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