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Federalism

Where written constitution divides powers on territorial basis

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Federal Power

US Constitution is supreme law of the Land

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Delegated Powers

Powers given to gov.

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Expressed powers

Specifically stated

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Implied powers

1) not specifically stated
2) reasonably implied

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Inherent Powers

Belong to Notional Gov.

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Denied powers

Gov. Can't do
Stated in Bill of Rights
Silent
Gov. Can't threaten federal system
Can't abolish states

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Reserved powers

Belonging to states

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Exclusive Powers

Notional can exercise only

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Concurrent powers

Both national and state

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Federal obligations to state

State guaranteed republican form of Gov
Protection
Foreign
Domestic
Respect states territorial integrity
Admit new states

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Grants-in-aid

Federal money and resources given to states
Morrill Act
Land-grant colleges

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Block grants

Less conditions than grants in aid

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Revenue sharing

Federal Gov. gives percentage of tax revenues to states

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State Aid to Fed. Gov.

States are in charge of national elections

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Interstate Relations

Relationship between states

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Interstate Compact

Agreement between a state and foreign country

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Full Faith and Credit

Each state must accept the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state

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Extraditions

Legal process in which a fugitive from justice in one state is returned to that state from another

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Privileges and Immunities

Marriage license
Contracts are binding