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What was the intention of the framers for checks and balances at the state level?

A. State governments would check the power of the national government by passing laws regarding state matters.

B. State representatives in the House would check the power of their respective governors.

C. State courts would check the power of the Supreme Court in the complex appeals process

D. States had no part in the separation of powers because they were viewed as weaker than the national government

*I'm split between A or B.

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  1. Please go back and read your text. Or, better yet, go back and read the constitution, including at least the first ten amendments.
    https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution

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  2. What was the intention of the Framers for checks and balances at the state level?
    answer: A.) State governments would check the power of the national government by passing laws regarding state matters

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