CHAPTER 04

CHAPTER 04 - CHAPTER SUMMARY Basic Principles Federalism...

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CHAPTER SUMMARY Basic Principles Federalism the division of governing power between the Federal government and the States Federal Supremacy Federal law takes precedence over conflicting State law Federal Preemption right of the Federal government to regulate matters within its power to the exclusion of regulation by the States Judicial Review examination of governmental actions to determine whether they conform to the U.S. Constitution Separation of Powers allocation of powers among executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government State Action actions of governments to which constitutional provisions apply Powers of Government Federal Commerce Power exclusive power of the Federal government to regulate commerce with other nations and among the States State Regulation of Commerce the Commerce Clause of the Constitution restricts the States’ power to regulate activities if the result obstructs interstate commerce Mann CH 04- 1
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Federal Fiscal Powers Taxation and Spending the Constitution grants
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2010 for the course BUS 5503 taught by Professor Sorrell during the Fall '10 term at Troy.

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