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

Weegy: The national governments control of immigration is an example of: c.inherent powers.
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User: Which of the following powers are granted to the national government by the consitution? a.delegated powers b.supremacy powers c.reserved powers d.power of judicial review

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