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How does the federal government provide money and resources to the states?

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 The federal government through its grants-in-aid provides money and resources to the states in order for them to fund programs and policies that accomplish vital national and state goals. The federal government funds the activities of the states, but also of local governments, through the allocation of categorical and block grants, the first one used to fund specific purposes, the second used in accomplishing broad policy goals.\text{\color{default} The federal government through its grants-in-aid provides money and resources to the states in order for them to fund programs and policies that accomplish vital national and state goals. The federal government funds the activities of the states, but also of local governments, through the allocation of categorical and block grants, the first one used to fund specific purposes, the second used in accomplishing broad policy goals.}

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