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State Government

U.S. Government and Civics

by Karen Kenney

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A state government is the governing body of a state. State government has many responsibilities, such as enacting the laws within a state, creating a budget to work on roads, fund schools, and any other unforeseen emergencies that might occur. This book discusses how the United States is a Federalist government, meaning powers are split between states and the national government. The similarities and differences between the state and national government are discussed and how each play a role in making sure their states are run responsibly and in the best interest of the people within them! This book allows students to quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Rourke Educational Media
Publication Date:
2014
Series:
U.S. Government and Civics

Format

  • Adobe PDF eBook 3.5 MB
  • Open PDF eBook 3.7 MB
State Government
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