Article Four of the U.S. Constitution a. explains the powers delegated to the national government. b. lists the powers implied as belonging to national government. c. explains the powers reserved to the state governments. d. lists the powers concurrent to the state governments.
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Article 4 explains the relationships between states.
for example before a state passes their own law they have to take the other states into consideration.
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Soo which one do you think it is?
lists the powers concurrent to the state governments ?
... constitution of a national state in ... The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, [ are reserved ... the U.S. government ... www.answers.com/topic/united-states-constitution ]
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B) lists the powers implied as belonging to national government