Order #PLC-45.docx - Question 1 Distinguish between delegated denied and concurrent powers Your response should be at least 200 words in length

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Question 1: Distinguish between delegated, denied, and concurrent powers. Your response should be at least 200 words in length. Delegated power can generally be described as the power that is directly given to the national government specifically and such powers are well described in the constitution. This type of power precisely involved authority over several things such as establishment of rules for the military to fight in wars, during the settlement of disputes between nations, in foreign affairs, and during announcement if intent to go to war. Sometimes, delegated power is given to control the national economy. The powers that are not given to either the state or the federal government in the constitution are known as denied powers. This is mostly done in the efforts of safeguarding the rights of individuals. Some denied powers may include engaging in war, levying duties to exports and import’s without congress permission, entering or signing certain treaties, and coining or printing money. Some of the denied powers to certain states are reserved powers to other states. The states with reserved powers usually have control for offenses that are committed against persons and property. The dual power that is given to both the states and the federal government is known concurrent power. Concurrent powers include public safety, instructions as well as making and authorizing laws. Question 2: Outline the issues and challenges that affect voter turnout. Your response should be at least 200 words in length.
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