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    The Necessary and Proper Clause

    Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution begins "The Congress shall have Power To" and goes on to…

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    Revenue Sharing

    Revenue sharing is a government unit’s apportioning of part of its tax income to other units of…

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    The Commerce Clause

    In Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution, Congress is granted the expressed power "To regulate…

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    Department of Justice Sues to Stop California Net Neutrality Law

    Brent Skorup, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, talked about the…

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    Mandates

    A mandate is a federal order imposed upon states in order to meet a federal government goal; an unfunded…

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    The Importance of Governor Races in the 2018 Election

    Louis Jacobson, contributor to Governing Magazine, talked about the key gubernatorial races in 2018. He…

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    Block Grants

    BLOCK GRANTS are provided by the federal government to support collections of general programs…

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    Categorical Grants

    CATEGORICAL GRANTS are the primary source of federal aid to states and are provided for specific…

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    Brutus No. 1

    In Brutus No. 1 the major question of debate relates to the power of states and the national government.…

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    Federal Grants

    Federal grants are funding provided to state and local governments by the federal government toward a…

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    Federalism and the 10th Amendment

    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh explained the concept of federalism and how the 10th Amendment to…

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    State and Local Recovery Efforts for Natural Disasters

    Daniel Kaniewski, Federal Emergency Management Agency deputy administrator, spoke about ways to work…

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    Concurrent Powers

    Concurrent powers are those shared by the state and federal government - as opposed to reserved powers,…

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    Dual Federalism

    In a system of dual federalism, the national government and state governments are co-equal, with each…

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    Full Faith and Credit

    Article IV, Section. 1 of the United States Constitution provides that "Full Faith and Credit shall be…

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    Virginia Plan & New Jersey Plan

    David Rubenstein and Jeffrey Rosen describe the Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, and the Connecticut…

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    10th Amendment

    This bell ringer provides a definition of the 10th Amendment, a statement from a presidential candidate…

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    Anti-Federalists

    This video clip explains who the Anti- Federalists were and what beliefs they held that challenged the…

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    Federalists

    This video clip explains the Federalists’ beliefs that it was a necessity for a strong central…

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    Key arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges

    Justices ask questions of attorneys regarding key issues in the US Supreme Court case Obergefell v.…

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