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Can you name the Have You Got It Module 3?

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Article VI of the constitution: In a dispute between the state and national government, the national government always wins.
A court case about the federal government opening a bank in Maryland and refusing to pay taxes because they are the federal government.
A grant given to state governments to be used however with little strings attached
A grant that may require certain mandates to be met before the state can recieve the grant money
Which article of the constitution forces states to honor each others laws
Reserved Powers of the National Government
Reserved Powers of the National Government
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Reserved Powers of the National Government
All powers not deligated to the national governmetn are the...
Joint powers by the nation and state are...
The taxing of exports by the national government, States coining money, entering foreign policy, or declaring war are examples of...
The power to legislate for the health, morals, safety, and welfare of the people in America is an example of...
A cooperative federalism

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