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Which of the following is true about most state constitutions? Delegated powers are thoroughly described in most state constitutions. Most state constitutions are longer than the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution describes the federal government more than most state constitutions describe state powers. Citizens violate the laws of the Constitution more than the laws of most state constitutions.
Delegated powers are thoroughly described in most state constitutions.
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