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The Constitution reserves the power to provide for and supervise schools for the national government, only parents, the states, or private groups.
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User: The states have _____________ powers that are the Constitution does not grant to the national government, but does not deny to the states.

User: The states have _____________ powers that are the Constitution does not grant to the national government, but does not deny to the states. delegated, concurrent, denied, or reserved

User: The Constitution reserves the power to provide for and supervise schools for the national government, only parents, the states, or private groups.

Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer is "the states"
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User: What did the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 prohibited in land north of the Ohio River? hunting, voting, slavery, or child labor

Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer is "slavery"
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User: The national government has _____________ powers that are spelled out in the Constitution delegated, reserved, concurrent, or denied

Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer is "delegated"
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The states have RESERVED powers that are the Constitution does not grant to the national government, but does not deny to the states.



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Which of the following is an example of a national-state dispute that could not be solved by the Constitution? fighting in the Mexican-American War, secession of states during the Civil War, the addition of the Louisiana Territory, or passing that No Child Left Behind Act
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