A grant - Tim Hoskins 2/29/08 AP Government Homework 1. -A...

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1. -A grant-in-aid is money coming from federal government for a specific project. This money is given to the state to use. They usually have requirements and standards set by the governing body for how the aid is to be spent. -A block grant is money given to states from the federal government. This money has provisions for how it should be spent, but it is not very strict. This type of grant is sometimes unfair because some states can receive more money than others. -A categorical grant is a grant issued by the United States congress. It is more strict than a block grant because the provisions are not as wide. Recipients are often expected to match a portion of the grant. -An unfunded mandate is a regulation that requires a state to perform certain things without money being provided. The state is expected to provide the money, which they get from taxpayers. A funded mandate would be a requirement that was funded by the federal government. -The necessary and proper clause says that the federal government should be able to
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This essay was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Pablo during the Fall '08 term at UNC Asheville.

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