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Would reproducing a game for a school class fall within fair use?

It should, but it denpends on the game. Generally the fact you are not looking to make money off the game and are using it only to teach coding are good example. When I was learning code, I had to ...
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Could the federal government mandate state universities to not discriminate against out-of-state students?

It is a straightforward and not-uncommon position that the Privileges and Immunities Clause in Article IV of the U.S. Constitution already prohibits (public) universities from charging out-of-state ...
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Could the federal government mandate state universities to not discriminate against out-of-state students?

Such a law could probably be passed under the authority of the interstate commerce clause of the Constitution. Price controls on various products have previously been justified under that clause.
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Could the federal government mandate state universities to not discriminate against out-of-state students?

Yes. The federal government has the authority to mandate this if it wished to do so. Not clear if it would be a 1791 constitution privileges and immunities clause enforcement, a 14th Amendment equal ...
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