government ch.4

inherent powers.
The national government's control of immigration is an example of
delegated powers
The Constitution grants these powers to the national government.
public acts.
Civil laws passed by state legislatures are called
judicial proceedings
This refers to the outcomes of court actions such as judgments to pay a debt.
an enabling act.
For a territory to be admitted to the Union, the first step was for Congress to pass
Richard Nixon
This man called for a New Federalism
Sixteenth Amendment
This gives the federal government the right to tax your income.
This organization of government administrators carries out legislation.
United States Conference of Mayors
This organization keeps local politicians in touch with national lawmakers.
sunset laws
These laws require periodic checks of government agencies to see if they are needed.
This affects criminals who flee a state to avoid punishment.
privileges and immunities
Article IV of the Constitution obligates states to give this to one another's citizens.
an interstate compact.
An agreement between states is called
the states' rights position
Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and others who favor local action believe in
nationalist position.
Franklin D. Roosevelt and others who favor federal action believe in the
New Federalism.
Richard Nixon began a program that came to be known as
to regulate commerce
This Constitutional power gave Congress the authority to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
sunshine laws
This requires government meetings to be open to the public.
David Levitt
This person helped feed many hungry people.
at the local or state level
The road to national office often begins here.
supremacy clause
national law overrules state law
states' agreement to return criminals
elected at state level
Chief Justice Roger B. Taney
supporter of states' rights position
obligation of states
pay for national elections
obligation of national government
protect states from invasion
Franklin D. Roosevelt
supporter of nationalist position
interstate compact
agreement between states
David Levitt
fed hungry people
tax exports
denied to national government
inherent power
government control of immigration
enabling act
first step for Union admission
public policy
government action in response to an issue
concurrent powers
both state and national powers
implied powers
basis for elastic clause
expressed powers
enumerated powers
Sixteenth Amendment
federal income taxes
reserved powers
state powers
United States's form of government ,
delegated powers
Constitution gives to national government