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Unformatted text preview: to the national government and reserving all the rest to the states. Article 1, Section 8, also contains another important source of power for the national government : the implied powers that enable Congress to make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the forgoing Powers Concurrent powers-authority possessed by both state and national, such as the power to levy taxes. Full faith and credit clause- provision from Article 4, Section 1, of the Constitution, requiring that the states normally honor the public acts and judicial decisions that take place in another state. Home Rule-power delegated by the state to local unit of government to manage its own affairs...
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- Spring '07