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Question 5. 5. The Tenth Amendment balances out national authority by (Points : 1)
stating that states have first priority in those areas specifically not given to Congress.
asserting that states’ rights trump national authority.
limiting state function to only those matters Congress thinks are unimportant.
making it clear that the Bill of Rights only apply to the national government.

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    Asserting that states rights trump national authority

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    The Tenth Amendment balances out national authority by

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    stating that states have first priority in those areas specifically not given to Congress.

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