Definition of Exclusive Powers?

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Exclusive powers are areas of the U.S. Constitution over which the federal government has exclusive powers. That is, powers not shared by either the national or federal government. These include legislation pertaining to areas such as excise duties, immigration and customs, bank notes and coinage and defense.
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