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Q: Which of the following is not a concurrent power shared by the federal and state governments? a. granting citizenship c. holding courts b. taxing d. defining criminal acts
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User: Which of the following is not a concurrent power shared by the federal and state governments? a. granting citizenship c. holding courts b. taxing d. defining criminal acts

Weegy: Granting citizenship is not a concurrent power shared by the federal and state governments.
onlydbest24|Points 85|

User: This affects criminals who flee a state to avoid punishment. a. extradition c. sunshine laws b. sunset laws d. civil laws

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.
Sansunr|Points 170|

User: powers directly granted to the national government by the Constitution

User: the power of both the local and federal governments to tax is an example of

User: Laws relating to disputes between individuals, groups, or with the states are called a. interstate laws. c. compact laws. b. civil laws. d. criminal laws.

Weegy: 4. Laws relating to disputes between individuals, groups, or with the states are called (1 point) interstate laws. <- - - civil laws. compact laws. ? ... ? Criminal Law
carl01|Points 40|

User: The President admits new states and Congress sets the conditions. true or false

User: As the US was growing at the end of the 19th century how were the states’ admissions controlled? a. Compromise of 1850 c. Stamps Act b. Enabling Act d. Compromise of Kansas-Nebraska

Weegy: As the US was growing at the end of the 19th century how were the states ? admissions controlled? b. Enabling Act
selymi|Points 10989|

User: This is the only court in which one state may sue another. a. state court c. federal court b. Supreme Court d. nonparticipating state court

Weegy: federal court is the only court in which one state may sue another. Thanks!
bJhmze|Points 160|

User: The idea behind Article 4 of the U.S. Constitution was to: a. avoid conflicts among the states and encourage cooperation c. to confuse state lawmakers b. to make very specific distinctions among the states d. to force national laws on to the states

User: Civil laws passed by state legislatures are called a. public acts. c. enabling acts. b. resolutions. d. criminal laws.

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Civil laws passed by state legislatures are called Public acts.

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Extradition affects criminals who flee a state to avoid punishment.

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Delegated powers are powers directly granted to the national government by the Constitution.

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