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The supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution has supported the? A. national government's sovereignty over matters related to citizen health care and education B. national government's sovereignty
over matters of foreign policy and interstate commerce C. state governments' sovereignty over matters related to citizen health care and education D. state governments' sovereignty over matters of foreign policy and interstate commerce
The supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution has supported the A. national government's sovereignty over matters related to citizen health care and education
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User: The supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution has supported the? A. national government's sovereignty over matters related to citizen health care and education B. national government's sovereignty over matters of foreign policy and interstate commerce C. state governments' sovereignty over matters related to citizen health care and education D. state governments' sovereignty over matters of foreign policy and interstate commerce

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