Notes 2-11-10

Notes 2-11-10 - legislation: after 1939local: 30%, state:...

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Under federal system of gov some powers are only given to national gov, some pwers are only give to states. Concurrent powers—can do both state and national. Exclusive state power— Defining constitutional powers -mcculloch v Maryland (1819) -Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) Chief Justice John Marshall: “Let the end be legitimate” Dual federalism -emphasized dividing the state and national spheres of power into entirely separate jurisdictions. -part of the Supreme Court’s attempt to regain its powers after the Civil War Share of nonmilitary spending by the federal, state, and local gov before and after the passage of new deal
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Unformatted text preview: legislation: after 1939local: 30%, state: 23%, federal: 47% The new deal and cooperative federalism Roosevelts programs typically were funded by the federal gov, but administered by states and local gov, thus creating a cooperative framework for federalist relations. Often called picket-fence federalism 1935: President Franklin D. Roosevelt Sings the Social Security Act Implementing cooperative federalism-categorical grants-block grants...
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course POLI SCI 2051 taught by Professor Kevinmulcahy during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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