(solution) I would appreciate some help with my LAWS 310 Week 1 assignment. The assignment is attached.

(solution) I would appreciate some help with my LAWS 310 Week 1 assignment. The assignment is attached.

I would appreciate some help with my LAWS 310 Week 1 assignment. The assignment is attached. Document Preview: Read the summary of Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States in Chapter 2 and answer the following questions. Why was this case so important? Why did the U.S. Supreme Court develop the “effects on interstate commerce” test? Is most commerce considered “interstate commerce”? Why or why not? Your paper should be prepared using APA 6th edition formatting. You may use the APA Paper Template available in Doc Sharing. Your conclusions must be supported by academic references, not your opinion. You must cite to a minimum of three references using in-text citations and listing sources on References page. Academic references are located in the DeVry Library. Citation to website references is not allowed. Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Case Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States “One need only examine the evidence which we have discussed … to see that Congress may … prohibit racial discrimination by motels serving travelers, however ‘local’ their operations may appear.” —Clark, Justice The Heart of Atlanta Motel, which was located in the state of Georgia, had 216 rooms available to guests. The motel was readily accessible to motorists using U.S. interstate highways 75 and 85 and Georgia state highways 23 and 41. The motel solicited patronage from outside the state of Georgia through various national advertising media, including magazines of national circulation. Approximately 75 percent of the motel’s registered guests were from out of state. The Heart of Atlanta Motel refused to rent rooms to blacks. Congress enacted the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which made it illegal for motels, hotels, and other public accommodations to discriminate against guests based on their race. After the act was passed, the Heart of Atlanta Motel continued to refuse to rent rooms to blacks. The owner-operator of the motel brought a declaratory relief action in U.S. district court, Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States, to have the Civil Rights Act of 1964 declared unconstitutional. The…