Problems with State and Local Government 9.8.10

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Problems with State and Local Government Constitutional Frameworks of States o An overview o State’s Constitution and U.S. Constitution o Features of a Constitution Preamble Main Text Amendment Process Possible Amendments o State Constitutions are lengthy o Constitutions have many changes and revisions o Dynamics of changes and revisions o Advantages and disadvantages of changes and revisions Interest Groups and Political Parties at State and Local Levels o Civil rights groups o Labor groups o Environmental groups o Business groups o Neighborhood groups o Structures of political parties o Ticket splitting Constitution is the highest body of law in any nation Constitutions are important because they give structure U.S. Constitution is the supreme body of law in the land Anytime a state constitution conflicts with the U.S. constitution is null and void A preamble itself is what the country stands for In the main text of the constitution there are two main things to look at; passes out
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