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Chapter Four Constitutional Law
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Chapter 4:  BL 3305 2 Basic Principles of Constitutional  Law 1. Federalism— defined as division  between federal government and the  states.  Federal government is an entity of  limited, enumerated powers.  All other  powers are left to the states 
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Chapter 4:  BL 3305 3 Basic Principles of Constitutional  Law 1. Federal Supremacy and Preemption The federal government’s law is  supreme by virtue of the supremacy  clause of the constitution.  As a result, state law must yield if  Congress intends for the field to be  preempted 
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Chapter 4:  BL 3305 4 Basic Principles of Constitutional  Law 1. Judicial Review —Courts look to see  if governmental action conforms to  U.S. Constitution.  Courts can review  both state and federal governments  and applie same standard of  Constitutionality. 
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Chapter 4:  BL 3305 5 Basic Principles of Constitutional  Law 1. Separation of Powers   Constitution divides government into  legislative, executive and judicial branch.  Legislative makes laws, executive  enforces laws, and judicial interprets the  law. 
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Chapter 4:  BL 3305 6 Basic Principles of Constitutional 
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