Concurrent, Reserved, Exclusive or Enumerated Powers

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Enumerated Powers

powers given to the national government alone

Exclusive Powers

Powers that can only be executed by the federal government.

Concurrent Powers

powers that are shared by both the federal and state governments

Reserved Powers

powers given to the state government alone

Creating Courts

Concurrent

Raising an Army

Exclusive

Creating Traffic Laws

Reserved

Enforcing Laws

Executive and Exclusive

Creating Post Offices

Exclusive

Creating Public Schools

Reserved

Collecting Taxes

Concurrent and Legislative

Conducting Foreign Relations

Exclusive Power

Coin Money

Exclusive and Legislative

Immigration Laws

Exclusive

Borrow Money

Concurrent

Conduct Elections

Reserved

Marriage Laws

Reserved

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