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Federalism!. S tarring the States featuring the Federal Government. Expressed, Implied, and Inherent Powers. Concurrent Powers. Reserved Powers. Interstate Relations (Article IV). Full Faith and Credit Clause Privileges and Immunities Clause Extradition

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Federalism

Federalism!

Starring the States

featuring the Federal Government


Federalism

Expressed, Implied, and Inherent Powers

Concurrent

Powers

Reserved

Powers


Interstate relations article iv

Interstate Relations (Article IV)

Full Faith and Credit Clause

Privileges and Immunities Clause

Extradition

Interstate

compacts


Guarantees to states article iv

Guarantees to States (Article IV)

Republican form of Government

Protections against foreign invasion

Protections against domestic violence

Respect for Geographic Integrity of states


Supremacy clause article vi

Supremacy Clause (Article VI)

  • McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)

    • Use of Necessary and Proper Clause (Article I, Section 8, Clause 18)

  • Gibbons v. Ogden (1825)

    • Use of Interstate Commerce Clause (government has the right to regulate economic activity)


Fiscal federalism

Fiscal Federalism

  • Grants-in-aid

    • Roads, canals, railroads, grants for college research

  • Categorical grants

    • Money for specific purposes defined by law

  • Block grants

    • Money for broad use (usually education, health care or public assistance programs)

  • Mandates

    • Government requires states to comply


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