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gov ch 4

A federal order requiring a state to provide a service
An organization that keeps law-makers in touch with local politicians
Civil Laws passed by state legislatures are called
Public Acts
The national governments control of immigration is an example of
inherent powers
Affects criminals who flee a state to avoid punishment
Constitutional power gave Congress the authority to pass the civil rights act of 1964
commerce power
FDR and others who favor federal action believe in
nationalist position
An agreement between states is called
interstate compacts
For a territory to be admitted to the Union, the first step was for Congress to pass
enabling act
The constitution grants these powers to the national government
expressed, implied, inherent, powers
Article IV of the Constitution obligates states to give this to one another citizens
privileges and immunities
Chief justice Roger Taney and others who favored local action believed in
states rights against powers of the national government
This person helps feed many hungry people
David Levitt
This requires government meeting to be open to the public
sunshine law
The road to the national office begins here
at the local or state level
List your 3 powers
1. implied
2. expressed
3. inherent
what are the guarantees of the states
privileges & immunities, extradition, fugitive-slave clause
List the steps to become a state
1. congress pas enabling act
2. prepare constitution
3. approved by popular vote
4. submitted to Congress
List several privileges and immunities of non residents provided by the constitution
Citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in several states
1. pass through or live in any state
2. use courts
3. make contracts
4. buy, sell, hold property
5. marry
Establishing diplomatic relation is an example of what power
inherent powers
The _________ must guarantee each state a republican form of government
A state can only sue another state in the
Supreme Court
The 16th amendment gave Congress the power to levy
Contributes to economic and political differences in the states because it permits each state freedom
national law overrules state law
supremacy Clause
denied to national government
1. cannot tax exports
2. cannot interfere with the ability of states to carry out their responsibilities
obligation of national government
1. regulate foreign and interstate commerce
2. coin money
3. provide an army and navy
4. declare war
5. Establish federal courts below the Supreme court
6. conduct foreign relations
7. exercise powers implied from the expressed powers
obligation of states
1. regulate interstate commerce
2. establish local government systems
3. administer elections
4. protect the public's health, welfare and morals
states' agreement to return criminals
agreement between states
interstate compact
supporter of state's rights position
Chief Justice Roger B. Taney
supporter of nationalist position
FDR, McCulloch v. Maryland, James Madison, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton
fed hungry people
David Levitt
elected at state level
senators, representatives, presidential electors
government control of immigration
inherent powers
constitution gives to national government
expressed, implied and inherent powers
enumerated powers
expressed powers
basis for elastic clause
necessary and proper clause
first step of Union admission
pass enabling act
state powers
reserved powers
both state and national powers
concurrent powers
federal income taxes
federal grants