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What are the main responsibilities of a state?

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    That depends upon the state. Is it a U.S. state? A nation? Which nation?Please clarify.

    What does your text say?

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    My state is Texas. The question is: What are the main responsibilities of your state?
    I do not have a text.

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    Check this site for the Texas constitution that spells out its responsibilities.

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