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Homework Help: American Government

Posted by Lauren on Friday, February 9, 2007 at 9:48pm.

Does it matter if the Federal government or the state governments get to decide if the Federal government exceeded its authority? If yes, how?


If the federal government decides if it has exceeded its authority, then obviously it's going to decide that it hasn't. The states are more unbiased and are more likely to render a more objective decision.

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