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Power in the U.S. Government

Delegated powers are given to the national gov't. Reserved powers are held by the states. Concurrent powers are shared by both. Use this info to show which powers are held by which.
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Establish Courts
concurrent powers
Maintain armed forces
delegated powers
Regulate interstate trade
delegated powers
Make marriage laws
reserved powers
Provide for public safety
reserved powers
Provide for public welfare
concurrent powers
Levy taxes
concurrent powers
Borrow money
concurrent powers
Set standard weights and measures
delegated powers
Coin money
delegated powers
Charter banks
concurrent powers
Establish foreign policy
delegated powers
Declare war
delegated powers
Make all laws necessary and proper for carrying out delegated powers
delegated powers
Establish and maintain schools
reserved powers
Maintain law and order
concurrent powers
Establish local governments
reserved powers
Conduct elections
reserved powers
Create corporation laws
reserved powers
Regulate business within the state
reserved powers
Admit new states
delegated powers
Assume other powers not delegated to the national governments or prohibited to the states
reserved powers
Establish post offices
delegated powers
Regulate intrastate trade
reserved powers
Raise state militia
reserved powers