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delegated powers powers the Constitution grants to the national government
expressed powers powers directly stated in the Constitution
expressed powers levy/collect taxes, coin money, declare war, raise army
implied powers powers that the gov requires to carry out expressed powers
elastic clause gives Congress the right make all laws which are seen as "necessary and proper"
NASA, National Bank, draft examples of elastic clause
inherent powers powers that the national government may exercise simply because it can
immigration laws, relations with other countries examples of inherent powers
reserved powers powers that belong strictly to the states
supremecy clause no state law/constitution may conflict with any form of national law
extradition returning a criminal or fugitive who flees across state lines back to the original state
full faith and credit each state must recognize laws and legal proceedings of every other state
priveleges and immunities a state may not discriminate unreasonable against citizens of another state
restrictions voting, colleges, and universities usually charge more for out of state tuition
policy stated course of action
public policy course of action a government takes in response to some issue or problem
federal system set up to help lessen the risk of one party gaining complete control of government
bureaucracy government administrators
federal reserve, postal service, CIA examples of independent agencies
enabling act gives citizens of a territory the power to prepare a Constitution
categorical grant given for a specific purpose
federal grants sums of money given to states and local government for a variety of purposes
mcculloch vs. maryland state gov cannot interfere with federal gov
morill act provided land for states to create colleges
interstate compacts travelling across stateline
democrats- nationalist repub- states rights positions of the 2 political parties
pell grant help pay for students to attend college
Created by: pace_sauce