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Which State power is central to the protection and promotion of public health, public safety, public morals, and the general welfare? A. the power to tax B. police power C. judicial power
D. the power to maintain public schools
C. judicial power
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[object Object]User: Which State power is central to the protection and promotion of public health, public safety, public morals, and the general welfare? A. the power to tax B. police power C. judicial power D. the power to maintain public schools

Weegy: C. judicial power
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