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Our Federal System of Government. Formed after Ratification of the US Constitution. Federal System. The Constitution of the United States of America provides for a federal system of government in which power is shared between the states and the national government:

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    1. Our Federal System of Government Formed after Ratification of the US Constitution

    2. Federal System The Constitution of the United States of America provides for a federal system of government in which power is shared between the states and the national government: The national government is supreme. Powers not given to the national government are reserved to the states or people. Any Limits on Federal Power? ATF Raid on Waco Texas Video was not exported from SlideRocket 10th Amendment 2nd Amendment Bill of Rights

    3. Federal System Article VI of the Constitution- Supremacy Clause. Video Glossary: Supremacy Clause Video was not exported from SlideRocket

    4. Inter coastal Waterway Watch Video on web site

    5. Federal System • Powers of National Government • Expressed powers—Powers directly stated in the Constitution of the United States of America, such as the power to levy and collect taxes, make war, and regulate trade among the states • Implied powers—Powers reserved by the national government but not specifically listed; source for implied powers is the elastic clause or “necessary and proper” clause (Article I, Sec. 8) • Inherent powers—Powers that the national government may exercise simply because it is the national government, such as establishment of diplomatic relations and regulation of immigration Watch Amazon v. California Video Sales Tax for California Residents Fed Law: Must tax goods if major presence in state.

    6. Federal System Expressed Powers- Stated in the Constitution. Federal Government can . Regulated Foreign Trade Declare War Print Money

    7. Federal System Implied Powers-Not in the Constitution but Congress can make new laws that are important. Video Legislate Elastic Clause Article One Section 8 Watch Video on Web Site

    8. Federal System Inherent Powers-Duties that National Government need to perform to function as a Government. Statehood for Puerto Rico Watch Video on Web Site Control the Borders Set Process for Statehood Preserve the Union

    9. Federal System Delegated Powers to National Government. National Defense Treaties Printing Money Video on Web Site

    10. Federal System Concurrent Powers- Shared by both National and State Government. Work together in Disasters

    11. Federal System Areas where powers are shared Taxation, Education & Criminal Justice Laws Federal Govt Sues Arizona Video Available on Web Site

    12. Federal System Reserved Powers are held by the states. Marriage Laws Conduct Elections Death Penalty

    13. Federal System Powers denied to both the National and State governments Ex post facto laws-"after the fact" Any Parent or Guardian who fails to report their child missing after 7 days commits a felony Pass a Law Created for or inspired by Someone then use it against them

    14. Federal System Federalism is not always set in stone. The distribution of power between the states and the national government is the source of considerable political debate. Supremacy Clause 10th Amendment State Power Federal Power

    15. Utah to Seize Federal Land for Mining Fed Controls 70% of Utah Video was not exported from SlideRocket

    16. Body Pat downs at Airports TSA Pat Down Kids Video on Web Site

    17. Federal System Balance of Power Debate Immigration Marriage National Debt Education