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In McCulloch v. Maryland, what did the State of Maryland argue? Banks cannot be created by Congress. States can determine which institutions within its borders must pay taxes. A federal bank must pay taxes to the state in which it is located. Banks may only be created by Congress, not by individuals.
In McCulloch v. Maryland, the State of Maryland argued that: States can determine which institutions within its borders must pay taxes.
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In McCulloch v. Maryland, the State of Maryland argued that: States can determine which institutions within its borders must pay taxes.
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