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reserved powers

powers belonging strictly to the states

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supremacy clause

makes the acts and treaties of the united states superior to those of individual states

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concurrent powers

powers that both national and state government exercise independently

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examples of implied powers of the national government

the draft; nuclear power plant regulation; space program development

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examples of inherent powers of the national government

controlling immigration and establishing diplomatic relations

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a rule for admitting new states to the union

the power of congress to examine and approve state constitutions

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enabling act

first step in the admission of a new state into the union

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examples expressed powers of the national government

levying and collecting taxes; regulating interstate commerce

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two functions of the states that help the nation

1) the keeping of order and providing for the protection of persons and property
2) providing employment

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to declare war

expressed powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to coin money

expressed powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government build the hoover dam

implied powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to tax incomes

expressed powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to issue student visas

inherent powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to send criminals back to the state where they committed the crime

expressed powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to deport aliens

inherent powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to fine media outlets

implied powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to build a wall between the US and mexico

inherent powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to punish pirates

expressed powers

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(expressed, implied, or inherent) the power/ability of government to arrest people for pirating movies/media

implied powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to declare war

exclusive powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to punish crimes

concurrent powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to regulate alcohol

reserved powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to conduct elections

reserved powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to claiming private property for public use

concurrent powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to issue passports

exclusive powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to establish a 172 day per year school calendar

reserved powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to establish courts

concurrent powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to admit new territories

exclusive powers

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(exclusive, concurrent, or reserved) the power/ability of government to license hairdressers

reserved powers