9-18 Federalism Slides - Federalism A Constitutional...

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Federalism A Constitutional arrangement whereby power is divided between national and sub national governments, each of which enforces its own laws directly on its citizens and neither of which can alter the arrangement without the consent of the other.
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Article 1 sec. 8 The Necessary and Proper Clause Grants the Congress the power to enact all laws that are “necessary and proper for carrying out those responsibilities specifically delegated. Also known as: Implied Powers Clause Enumerated Powers
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The 10th Amendment gives States Delegated Powers to: 1 Control property and contract law 2 Create and enforce criminal law 3 Create Marriage Licenses and divorce contracts ( lately define Marriage) 4 Provisions of education 5 Build and maintain Highways 6 Create and sustain Social welfare Activities 7 Tax and Spend for the General Welfare 8 Organize their local governments. These are called Reserved Powers
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Full Faith And Credit Clause of Article 4 of the Constitution This provision ensures that contracts,
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course HIST/POLS 1301/2301 taught by Professor Drbrown/prof.alexander during the Spring '08 term at Dallas Baptist.

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