Federalism

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American History

 

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Richard E

 

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May 10, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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As they have continued to become more powerful, more mandates have been enacted. It ensures that the handicapped will have the same opportunities and conveniences, especially as far as employment and transportation are concerned, that the rest of the citizens of this country enjoy. And even though Congress has begun to try to reduce these unfunded mandates, they are still causing an imbalance of power in the United States...
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And even though Congress has begun to try to reduce these unfunded mandates, they are still causing an imbalance of power in the United States. This takes its toll on federalism in the United States. As more mandates are created by Congress, the national government gains more control over the state governments...
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