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Unit 3 Part 2


city charter A document granting power to a local government.
concurrent powers Powers shared by the state and federal governments.
county Normally the largest territorial and political subdivision of a state.
federalism A form of government in which power is divided between the federal, or national, government, and the states.
infrastructure A community's systems of roads, bridges, waters, and sewers.
ordinances A law, usually of a city or county.
public policy The course of action the government takes in response to a issue or problem.
reserved powers Powers that the Constitution does not give to the national government that are kept by the states.
10th amendment Powers not given to the national government belong to the states or to the people.
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