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Q: The national government's control of immigration is an example of a. concurrent powers. c. inherent powers. b. delegated powers. d. expressed powers.
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User: The national government's control of immigration is an example of a. concurrent powers. c. inherent powers. b. delegated powers. d. expressed powers.

Weegy: 2. delegated powers.
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User: Which of the following powers are granted to the national government by the Constitution? a. delegated powers c. reserved powers b. supremacy powers d. power of judicial review

Weegy: a. delegated powers
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User: Identify which of its powers the national government uses to carry out the actions listed in the graphic organizer: a. expressed c. inherent b. implied d. enumerated

Weegy: Identify which of its powers the national government uses to carry out the actions listed in the graphic organizer: b. IMPLIED.
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User: For a territory to be admitted to the Union, the first step was for Congress to pass a. the state constitution. c. a sunshine law. b. an enabling act. d. a sunset law.





Weegy: The national government's control of immigration is an example of : (B.) delegated powers.
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For a territory to be admitted to the Union, the first step was for Congress to pass: An Enabling act.

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