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C3.3(2). State Government 10 th Amendment of the Constitution guarantees states’ power Major powers of state gov’t: Elections Education Police Health and safety Highways Marriage and divorce. C3.3(2). How the state pays for the services it provides: Taxes Gas Liquor Cigarettes

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  • State Government
    • 10th Amendment of the Constitution guarantees states’ power
    • Major powers of state gov’t:
      • Elections
      • Education
      • Police
      • Health and safety
      • Highways
      • Marriage and divorce
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  • How the state pays for the services it provides:
    • Taxes
      • Gas
      • Liquor
      • Cigarettes
      • Real estate
      • Income
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  • How the states were formed
    • 13 Original Colonies became states after the Revolutionary War
    • Most of the 37 other states were territories
      • Area governed by the U.S. that is eligible to become a state
    • Northwest Ordinance (1787)
      • A territory could apply for statehood once its population reached 60,000
      • 37 states have been admitted since the original thirteen
      • Hawaii was 50th state admitted (1959)
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  • U.S. Territories
    • Puerto Rico
    • Guam
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  • U.S. Territories
    • American Samoa
    • U.S. Virgin Islands
    • Pacific Islands
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  • How States Work Together
    • “Full Faith and Credit Clause”
      • Article 4 Sec 1 of the U.S. Constitution
      • Each state will accept the decisions of courts in other states
    • Extradition
      • Returning a fugitive back to the state they fled
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  • How the Federal Gov’t and States Work Together
    • Article 4, Sec 4 of U.S. Constitution
      • Every state must have a republican form of gov’t
        • People give power to their elected leaders
        • Elected leaders are responsible for well-being of entire country
      • Federal gov’t will protect states from invasion
      • Federal gov’t will protect states from domestic violence
        • Dangers from within by its own citizens
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  • Federal Gov’t and State Gov’t Share Responsibilities
    • Build highways
      • I-75: Federal highway
      • M-28: State highway
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  • Federal Gov’t and State Gov’t Share Responsibilities
    • Assist jobless workers
    • Help needy citizens
    • Provide low-cost lunches at school